Comprehensive data storage that would be unthinkable in Germany, a sandbox and the realisation that various paths lead to data science – the 25 students who recently spent a few days in Copenhagen were able to get to know all this. They were participants of the Add-on Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Life Science of the Joachim Herz Foundation, which supported this excursion as well as the trip to Luxembourg last year, as well as the students of the two current years of the Master’s programme in Biomedical Data Science at the MHH. Katharina Wendt, a student of the Master’s programme, wrote a report for all those who could not be there.

The photo shows the happy participants of the Copenhagen excursion.