Prince of Asturias Award teaching a master’s class

Written on October 9, 2009 by uwe.spangler@ie.edu in General

MIT’s Dr. Robert Langer teaching the Master in Biotechnology Management in Boston

The students of the second intake of the Master in Biotechnology Management attended in Boston, from September 7th to September 12th, to the second residential period of this program. During this week they had the chance to attend different classes at Harvard Business School, visit different companies involved in the pharma and biotech sector such as Amgen, Novartis, Genzyme y Schering Plough and as a perfect finale the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT.

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After an intense week, the students were welcomed in his MIT’s lab by professor Dr. Robert Langer, widely regarded for his contributions to medicine and the emerging fields of biotechnology. He has received numerous awards, including the Millenium Technology Prize, considered like the Nobel Prize for technology, and the 2008 Prince of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research. All students agreed that this was a perfect finale for a great week.

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