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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 10 DOCTORAL PROGRAMS AT SANT’ANNA SCHOOL. 60 SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED TO OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: study and research in an international campus based in Pisa

The Ph.D. Programmes at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna are designed for talented graduates from around the world, who wish to carry out study...

Chronobiology: living organisms adapt their biological rhythm over a 24-hour cycle. On Friday, April 12, Sant’Anna School Life Sciences Institute and University of Cambridge establish research collaboration

Chronobiology refers to the 24-hour cycle that affects the human organism when the earth rotates. In October 2017, Hall, Rosbash and Young won the...

biofertilizers in agriculture: PROJECT developed BY SANT’ANNA SCHOOL LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE PRESENTED AT THE “Rural Development Innovation Week” IN FLORENCE

The Rural Development Innovation Week takes place on March 26-29, 2019, in Florence. This annual event is supported by the European Agricultural...

“Fridays for Future” March 15, 2019. Professor Roberto Buizza, coordinator for Normale and IUSS research program, presents the “Action Plan  for Climate Change Mitigation”

F4F i.e. “Fridays for Future” student organization has called for a global strike on March 15, 2019. Students were inspired by Greta Thunberg,...

JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN SANT’ANNA, NORMALE AND IUSS: THIRD ROADMAP WORKSHOP TAKES PLACE ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 20 - 21 MARCH IN PAVIA

From year to year, greenhouse gases emissions rise and the warming effect of gases increases due to carbon dioxide. The “Center for Climate...

life in space beyond earth: SANT’ANNA school and esa launch their first “SPACE BIOLOGY” training program. PAOLO NESPOLI as lecturer on february, 26, 2019

Space agencies, including NASA, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the China National Space Administration (CNSA), are aiming to test human...

Prognostic value of biomarker sST2 in heart failure, the leading cause of hospitalization and death in the Western World, was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology

A study by researchers Michele Emdin,  Alberto Aimo, Claudio Passino, Giuseppe Vergaro and Andrea Ripoli of Sant’Anna School Life Sciences...

electronic device can monitor heart after transplantation. integrated bionic system allows control of cardiac function and improves quality of life for patients

The European Commission allocated 5 million euros to FET-funded (Future and Emerging Technologies) project NeuHeart. The Sant’Anna School team...

virtual patient simulations, medical education and real time feedback models for students and healthcare professionals: Sant’Anna school announced new training device “Simulabo”

The development of new training devices and educational techniques for medical students together with continuing education settings for doctors...

Visual hunger: visually impaired food tasters check the quality of fruits for a research project developed by Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences and UIC Lucca

Blind and visually impaired individuals were administered the olfactory and gustatory tests for measuring the quality of Tuscany fruits, in...

the future of “GENOME EDITING” in plant breeding: on wednesday DECEMBER 5, SANT’ANNA school researchers of life sciences institute participate in a WORKSHOP FOCUSING on crispr technologies

The workshop on genome editing in plant breeding “Potenzialità della tecnologia genome editing per la difesa delle piante”, organized by the...

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