Mads Tvillinggaard Bonde & Mogens Kilstrup
It is crucial for the development of tomorrows green technologies, to ensure a sufficient engineering work-force in the future. However, application for engineering educations is low. Here I present a virtual laboratory that aims to educate and inspire young people to study greentech engineering. Furthermore, the project aims to reduce the use of chemicals and lab-equipment through replacement of some experiments with in silico simulations. In the virtual laboratory genetic engineering can be applied to...
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