The Sant'Anna School & STMicroelectronics sign a framework agreement to create an ecosystem of innovation. A wide-ranging collaboration is consolidated: high-tech training, internships in companies, research projects, innovation for companies and spin-off
The collaboration between STMicroelectronics and the Sant’Anna School (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa) gathers new impetus, thanks to the signing of a fresh broad-spectrum framework agreement. This foresees multiple shared activities and projects in various engineering areas, including traditional and collaborative robotics, using extremely high efficiency implementation technologies and advanced sensors critical for IoT applications, as well as a collaboration on optical MEMS sensors and actuators
“Seasonal School”: 23 intensive courses, on-line or on-site, from September 2021 to July 2022, open to high-performing students from all over the word. Preferential rates are available as well as prizes provided by EY Foundation and “Il Talento all'Opera"
Sant’Anna School presents the second edition of the “Seasonal School”, the one-week intensive courses “of excellence”, on-line or on-site, which are strongly interdisciplinary and focused on the School’s frontier research topics open to University students enrolled in Bachelor Degree, Masters’ Degree and PhD courses, and who have the same advancement characteristics as the School’s students. The 2021/2022 program confirms many preferential rates and prizes, provided by Fondazione EY and Fondazione “Il Talento all’Opera”
Better wheat and sustainable cropping: a new participatory breeding method shows higher prediction accuracy of wheat performances thanks to 1.165 Ethiopian farmer-scientist. A new study published by team of researchers of the Sant'Anna School
The crop genetics team at Sant’Anna Shool keeps collaborating with Ethiopian smallholder farmers to explore new paths to crop breeding for local adaptation. In a new study recently just published in Communications Biology, the Sant’Anna team worked with international institutions and with 1.165 local farmers demonstrating that farmers’ traditional knowledge can be combined with genomic and climatic data to increase the genetic gain associated to prediction accuracy of wheat performance in challenging farming conditions
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