Each participating group will offer one or more structured training activities, or modules (see Section B1), that fulfill the requirement for an early stage training and research project, in terms of active involvement of the student, supervision level, expected duration (average 3 years) and scientific content. Research training modules will in select cases involve more than one student, each with an independent project. Several groups will assign not only the direct supervisor but also senior researchers to the training activities devoted to INTEGRAMM students, depending on the size of the proposed module.
Training in broader complementary skills:
by exposing students to the environment and needs of industrial
research and business, this proposal aims at creating more scientists
with the skills and awareness level required to meet these needs.
Besides the social implications of new discoveries and processes,
students enrolled in the program will be facing the economic
implications of such discoveries. Scientists often lack a basic
understanding of intellectual property right legislation. By providing
the students with a basic knowledge of these skills, the Program aims
at offering its graduate students the chance to seize opportunities and
participate as leaders in the development of EU-based biotechnological
and pharmaceutical industry.
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