By Emmanuel Nduka
Powerbase institute, an educational platform that aims to provide students with long-term development strategies, to ignite their passions and skills for the future, has set up a ‘Young Genius Summer School in Baylab, UK.
Gregory Makris (Ph.D), specialist in endovascular therapies and interventional radiology, and director and global clinical lead in the vascular and thrombosis therapeutic division of Bayer Pharmaceuticals based in London, UK, made the announcement.
“On Tuesday 15 August, we were joined by an amazing group of 21 students. They experienced an afternoon full of fun as they learnt all about DNA and got the chance to make their very own gene necklaces.
“They are a group committed to building leaders through mentorship, school programmes and creative experiences. They are dedicated to promoting innovation, impact, inheritance, and excellence,” he wrote on the school’s website.
“We’d like to thank the Powerbase Institute for the opportunity to educate their students on understanding what makes them unique, and the effect mutations can have on expressed characteristics. For more information on the Powerbase institute and their great cause.”
The Powerbase institute aims to readily equip its members for the future with long-term development strategies. It also aspires to ignite their passions and expertise through mentorship, school programmes and creative experiences.