Schedule

Thursday 07 10,00

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

The conference is addressed to the students from  first three years of  secondary school, who will be dealing with a world well known to them, the world of videogames.

Daniele Biolatti

Head of Marketing, Synesthesia

Marco Mazzaglia

Video Game Evangelist, Synesthesia

FROM ONLINE MUTIPLAYER GAMES TO STREAMED VIDEOGAMES

Mysteries and opportunities in the world of videogames at the dawn of the 2020s

Thursday 14 17,45

Speaker

Cavallerizza Reale Main Lecture Hall of the University of Turin

The world is young: half of the 7.7 billion people living on our planet are under thirty and in Africa the average is under twenty.

Antonio Golini

LUISS Rome

ITALIANS: FEW AND FAR APART

The population implosion is the real issue

Thursday 21 17,45

Speaker

Cavallerizza Reale Main Lecture Hall of the University of Turin

The Veterinary School in Piedmont was the first to be established in Italy and the fourth in Europe.

Domenico Bergero

Director of the Department of Veterinary Science, University of Turin

Marco Galloni

Director of the Museum of Veterinary Science, University of Turin

Paola Sacchi

Professor of General Zoo-Technical Studies and Genetic Improvement, University of Turin

250 YEARS OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

Stories of war horses, mine parasites and genetic improvement

Thursday 28 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

An extreme light laser is a universal light source which generates a vast range of radiations and high energy particles making it possible to obtain electromagnetic waves, very high pressure temperature and acceleration.

Gérard Mourou

Nobel Prize in Physics - In cooperation with the French Embassy

EXTREME LIGHT LASER

The best has yet to come

Thursday 05 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

Understanding how the climate changed in the past is both fascinating and a means to contextualise current climate changes.

Antonello Provenzale

Director of the CNR Institute of Geo-science and Geo-resources

Laura Sadori

Department of Environmental Biology University La Sapienza Rome

Giovanni Zanchetta

Chair of Geochemistry, University of Pisa

THE HISTORY OF CLIMATE LIES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE

A treasure trove of information on the past and future of our climate

Thursday 16 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

Take scientists with a passion for cooking and put them in front of their favourite dishes

Dario Bressanini

Chemist and Science Populariser

SCIENCE AND THE KITCHEN

The chemistry of vegetables, steaks and éclairs

Thursday 23 17,45

Speaker

Aula magna

It all started with the  Big Bang, nearly 14 billion years ago

Edwige Pezzulli

Astrophysicist and Populariser, 2019 GiovedìScienza Prize

THE FIRST BLACK HOLES OF THE UNIVERSE - CONFERENCE POSTPONED

Investigating the most primitive of all galaxies

Thursday 30 17,45

Speaker

Aula magna

The human brain is an extremely complex organ. It contains an exceptionally large number of functional units, known as neurons, nearly 100 billion, with specialised connections, known as synapses.

Laura Cancedda

Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Genoa

CHILDREN WE SHOULD GET TO KNOW BETTER

Mechanisms underlying neurodevelopment and genetic conditions such as the Down Syndrome

Thursday 06 10,00

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

ISL- LIS (Italian Sign Language) is a communication system that uses a visual-manual  channel, perfectly intact in deaf people, that can be used by anyone, deaf and hearing.

Italian Sign Language (ISL-LIS)

The conference is aimed at Junior High School students

Thursday 06 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

In 1840 what we might call the first IT conference was held in Turin.

Filippo Demonte

Olivetti Designer

Gastone Garziera

Olivetti Designer

Angelo Raffaele Meo

Turin Polytechnic

IT ITALY

The history of machines, people and good ideas

Thursday 20 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

On December the 3rd 1967 al Groote Schuur Hospital of Cape Town Christian Barnard, transplanted the heart of woman into Louis Washkansky, a 54 year old former sportsman suffering from diabetes and with a very severe heart condition.

Mauro Rinaldi

Città della Salute di Torino Hospital Trust, University of Turin

A NEW LIFE

The future of research in heart surgery

Thursday 27 17,45

Speaker

In November 2018 the astrophysicist Federico Nati took off for a mission to Antarctica as part of an international team.

Federico Nati

Astrophysicist, University of Milan

EXPERIENCING THE SKY

Diary of an astrophysicist

Thursday 05 17,45

Speaker

Colosseo Theatre

There are thousands of metaphors to describe the relationship between plants and microorganisms.

Paola Bonfante

Plant Biologist, University of Turin

Renato Bruni

Botanist, University of Parma

THERE ARE MORE MICROOROGANISMS IN PLANTS THAN STARS IN THE SKY

Why cell-microbe interactions are key to life

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