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Full Scholarship to attend 1 week summer school on Accelerating Nanotech Innovation

BioHealth Computing Schools, in collaboration with EIT RawMaterials, have offered a full Scholarship for up to 10 EIT Alumni members to attend their Safer Nano Design summer school on 2 - 10 May 2019.
The summer school will take place at the European Scientific Institute, Archamps, France.

The selected participants will not be required to pay the registration fee, and will be offered free meals and accommodation during the course.

Selection Criteria

This course is open to Masters or PhD students in medical or life science, biotechology, engineering, materials, data science, business, human and social science.

Applications will be judged on the basis of a 50 to 200-word outline of an innovative idea or project related to nano-enabled products and services.

The course is worth 6 ECTs

If you are interested please apply on their website.

Applications close on March 22nd

Accelerating nanotech
innovations through
a safer-by-design approach

What is the Safer Nano Design summer school?

This summer school is an accelerated learning programme proposed by EIT RawMaterials partner institutions and the European Scientific Institute.

The course addresses the complex challenge of the substitution of critical raw materials through the use of nanotechnology, promoting a ‘safety-by-design’ concept, which seeks to minimise environmental and human health risks related to nanotechnology.

Participants will take part in the following activities:

  • Industrial and entrepreneurial case studies
  • Multidisciplinary group-work on innovation projects
  • Core presentations on nanodesign, lifecycle
  • Pitching in front of a panel of experts from industry, academia, startups and business incubators
  • Workshop, lab and computer practicals.

You can find our more about the summer school in the pdf below.

Apply Online

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