First, there was an explanation about the SEEDS project, covering what a scientist actually does and what is research. The Dutch ambassadors then participated in a small mini-experiment. They learned that it is very important to be precise.
The second training will take place at Erasmus Medical Centre. The ambassadors think it is very exciting that other countries are also joining SEEDS. They will start learning a few words of Greek and Spanish and hope to get a picture back from the ambassadors of the other countries. It’s great that the project has now really started!