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Student employability boosted by creativity in the lab

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News about our work with BIOL274 module students being encouraged to experiment with ideas through drawing with bacteria as part of a lab competition.

The initiative is aimed at boosting creativity by enabling the undergraduates to visualise how the bacteria interact and communicate.

Period12/04/2016

News about our work with BIOL274 module students being encouraged to experiment with ideas through drawing with bacteria as part of a lab competition.

The initiative is aimed at boosting creativity by enabling the undergraduates to visualise how the bacteria interact and communicate.

References

TitleStudent employability boosted by creativity in the lab
Date12/04/16
PersonsRod Dillon