Piero Angela, a life in science communication and technology, Amalia Ercoli Finzi, in charge of space projects and a scientific consultant for NASA NASA, ISA and ESA and Luca Perri, a young researcher and populariser: what have these three apparently so distant figures in common?
Regenerative medicine, based on the use of stem cells to reconstruct tissues, is rising to an important challenge: the development of effective treatments for currently incurable rare degenerative genetic diseases.
Wave Hunters (Cacciatori di Onde) is a scientific performance that uses surprising experiments and compelling narration to take students along the journey of waves, starting from the most common and easiest ones to gravitational waves, the discovery of which led to the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2017.
On July the 21st 1969 the first human landed on the Moon. Six hundred million people watched the blurred images of Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin on television: the reduced gravity made then look awkward as the ambled in the Mare Tranquillitatis raising clouds of dust.
How to avoid the decline of our civilisation? When humans delegate their most evolved functions to digital prosthesis, triggering a regression from Homo sapiens sapiens to stupidus stupidus, as the human mind progressively loses rationality end emotions
"…Professors and students are scholars that share the decision to pass time together with the intention of taking part in a conversation, albeit with different roles. We could quote Hannah Arendt and say they will think together. "