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Hosted event: EScoDNA Kick-off meeting

Title: Kick-off for European Graduate School funded by the FP7 framework programme.

Info about event


Wednesday 13 November 2013, at 08:00 - Thursday 14 November 2013, at 18:00


The AIAS Auditorium, Building 1632, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C

The European School of DNA Nanotechnology, a Marie Curie Multi Initial Training Network, is up and running, and all partners and newly hired fellows gather at a Kick-off meeting in Aarhus.

Professor Kurt Vesterager Gothelf, iNANO, is the coordinator of the recently started European School of DNA Nanotechnology (EScoDNA). EScoDNA is an Initial Training Network (ITN) under the European Commissions’ Marie Curie Actions Research within the 7th framework programme. 

The school is a joint initiative by leading scientists from 5 universities and 3 companies around Europe, which all together are hosting 16 newly hired PhD students and post doctoral fellows. The school will run for 4 years and the mission of EScoDNA is to foster the development of a new generation of scientists with the skills required to meet futures challenges in bionanotechnology, from fundamental science to novel applications.

On 12-15 November 2013 a Kick-off meeting is held for all the partners and fellows of EScoDNA. Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies is making premises for some of these events.  

For more information about the Kick-of meeting and EScoDNA in general, please visit:


Participation in the meeting is by invitation only.