The future belongs to those who work within high tech areas. The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) expects far more than 1000 youngsters from all over Denmark, when the University shows itself to the coming generation of engineers on 3. March 2005. The events include robots, futuristic cars and dangerous germs.
The next Bill Gates or Thomas Edison could be among those who visit the Open University event at Denmark’s leading Polytechnic University on Thursday. DTU in Lyngby expects a massive rate of visitors in what is anticipated to be the biggest Open University event in the history of DTU.
Unemployment rates for younger engineers under 30 years have decreased with 15 percent within only the last 12 months. After the newly held election, everybody agrees that Denmark should bet its money on high tech research and enterprises, and that leads us to believe that lots of youngsters will drop by us this week, says Anders Heide Mortensen, Head of Communications at DTU.
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