The Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (LAMMC) preparing to host trainees from Italy for the second year in a row.
Last year, a student from Italy, Clelia Allegretti de Lista, practised at the LAMMC Microbiology Laboratory. The trainee had the opportunity to isolate, purify and grow agricultural microorganisms; to perform morphological and molecular identification of microorganisms; to evaluate the interaction between plants and microorganisms.
LAMMC supports the project “Universities for EU projects”, which aims to develop a high quality mobility system on social innovation: facilitate the most suitable matching between students-innovators and hosting organizations around the Europe. The project is developed under ERASMUS + Higher Education individual mobility programme.