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Upcoming trainings for post-doc & industries?

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Anonymous 3609

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30 Mar 2016, 08:27

I'm wondering whether any organizations/universities organise trainings in 2016 in Europe about infant nutrition/needs for post-doc / industrial researchers?


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6 Apr 2016, 12:39

Dear madam/sir,

You can find information about short programmes on
Wageningen University and Research Centre (Wageningen UR) has joined its forces in the international field by setting up Wageningen International. Wageningen International offers easy access to all international products and services of Wageningen UR, covering education, research, capacity development and consultancy services. Its staff may help you in finding the package of services that best meets your demand

Wageningen Academy provides post-graduate and ‘post-experience’ programmes and courses for individuals seeking to continue their education and further develop their knowledge and skills. WBS also offers programmes and projects that focus on knowledge management and entrepreneurship. A growing number of in-company programmes are also organised.

Research institute Centre for Development Innovation offers also courses. The Centre offers a wide range of courses which will help you to develop the capacities, leadership qualities needed to be creative, adaptive and responsive to the dynamics of a rapidly changing world. In our courses we connect WUR’s technical and scientific expertise with cutting-edge processes of innovation and learning.

You can also contact a chair group/research department directly, for information visit the following site

More information about studying and fellowships in the Netherlands can be found on

Kind regards,
Marjan Aalbers
Henriëtte van den Hul

Wageningen University
P.O. Box 9101 - 6700 HB Wageningen
Tel + 31 (0) 317 484848

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