Biomedical Sciences (formerly known as Molecular Life Sciences) Celebrates its Tenth Anniversary 21.03.2012
This year the UM programme Biomedical Sciences (BMW) celebrates its tenth anniversary. In 2002, the Molecular Life Sciences programme commenced with 45 students. Since then the yearly registration has grown to more than 300 students. Since its conception the demand for BMW graduates has increased significantly, not only within university research institutes, but within industry as well. The programme BMW plays an important role in development of Life Sciences within the Euro region.
On behalf of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences and the Department of Biomedical Life Sciences, it was my pleasure to invite you to celebrate this milestone on Wednesday 21 March 2012. The celebration started at the closing of the Life Sciences Career Event (LSCE 2012), which toke place earlier in the day. Anniversary schedule:
17:00-17:20 Review of the last ten years BMW
17:20-18:00 Developments in Life Sciences – Inspirational lecture by Jos Put, CTO of DSM
19:00-22:00 Evening programme for alumni, organized by Xist incl. buffet
Professor dr. Jan Glatz
Director of Education, Biomedical Sciences