YSU STUDENTS TOOK THE FIRST AND SECOND PLACES AT THE GATHERING OF STUDENT INNOVATIVE IDEAS
Within the framework of "AbioNet" program, YSU Center of Excellence in Applied Biology together with the project partner Dresden University of Technology organized training courses for startups lasting more than six months, which were attended by the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Nature Conservation, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology, Biology freshmen and sophomores and their supervisors.
The main purpose of the courses and later to come up with innovative ideas was to teach students the basic principles of running their own business, developing and implementing innovative ideas.
Classes started in October 2020 and lasted until 2021. April. The courses were conducted by Valeria Racheva, a representative of the Technical University of Dresden (TUD).
In the last week of April, the programs developed by the students were presented and evaluated.