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FOOD SECURITY AND FOOD ACCESS: SANT’ANNA SCHOOL LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE RESEARCHER WINS THE “BOLOGNA AWARD” FOR COMBINING GENOMICS WITH ETHIOPIAN FARMERS’ TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE

In recognition of his contribution to food security and inequality debate, Matteo dell’Acqua, one of the investigators on plant genome research...

Translational Medicine: beta-glucan enriched pasta may improve heart health and serve as “biologic bypass”. A new study led by scientists of Sant’Anna School Life Sciences Institute published in the journal Scientific Reports

A study published in the journal Scientific Reports claims eating spaghetti can help people improve their heart health, if pasta is enriched with...

Olive Tree and Olive Products: Sant’Anna School and University of Pisa co-sponsor the Pisa National Olive Oil Conference, a two-day meeting on October 18-20 to explore innovative biotechnology and guarantee olive oil quality

Italy is one of the leading nations in the cultivation of olive trees and the production of olive oil. Despite bad seasons and insects, Italian...

Olive Tree and Olive Products: Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences supports the Pisa National Olive Oil Conference, a two-day meeting on October 18-20 for academics, producers, marketers and distributors

The fourth “Olive Tree and Olive Products National Conference” will take place Wednesday, October 18 through Friday, October 20 at “Polo...

MASTER’S PROGRAM IN ITALIAN WINE AND GLOBAL wine MARKET: FUTURE STUDENTS CAN APPLY BY OCTOBER 10 TO BE THE ITALIAN WINE NEW “AMBASSADORS”

The role of the Ambassadors is to communicate and to educate. Sant’Anna School master’s program in “Italian Wine and Global Wine Market”...

WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: TWO CONFERENCES ON THE VALUE OF SUSTAINABLE WATER SYSTEM ORGANISED BY Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences COORDINATOR OF EU “FREEWAT” CONSORTIUM PROJECT

We are facing many water-related challenges: lack of water resources, water quality issues, and the impacts of a changing climate. Public...

ON SEPTEMBER 6, 2017, THE “SUNBLACK” BRANDED BLACK TOMATO, NON GMO VARIETY RICH IN ANTIOXIDANTS, AND PROFESSOR PERATA, RECTOR OF SANT’ANNA, WILL ATTEND THE MEETING “LE DUE CULTURE” IN ARIANO IRPINO

Professor Pierdomenico Perata, rector of Sant’anna School and coordinator of PlantLab laboratory, together with scientists from around the world...

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY FOOD, LOW POLLUTION: “FERTIBIO” TEAM STARTS PRODUCTION OF BIOFERTILIZERS IN TUSCANY. PROJECT PRESENTATIONS ON JULY 21 AND SEPTEMBER 7, 2017

United Nations' predictions of global population increase to the year 2025 require an expansion of food production of about 40-45%. The fertilizer...

Crop Sciences: a new method combining genomics to farmers’ traditional knowledge may speed up the production of improved wheat

The key to produce better crops meeting the needs of the growing world’s population may lay in combining the traditional knowledge of...

CARDIOLOGY LATEST NEWS: 2017 “HEARTODATE” CONFERENCE, June 22-24, AT SANT’ANNA SCHOOL

This “HearToDate2017” two-day conference on June 22-24 will offer a unique focus on cardiovascular risk, cardiac disease, coronary heart...

SCIENCE POPULARIZATION, SANT’ANNA SCIENCE CAFE FINAL EVENT ON JUNE 22, A SEMINAR ON “THE HYPERLOOP TRAIN” TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ITALIAN PARTICIPATION TO THE futuristic subsonic train reaching 1.000 km/h

The 2017 SantˈAnna Science Café Science is an educational and entertaining event. It explores a variety of science and technology topics....

AWARDS: RESEARCHER OF THE LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE IS THE RECIPIENT OF THE “L’Oréal- UNESCO FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE” AWARD FOR HER WORK ON MOLECULAR BASIS OF AGING

Marie Curie was the first female scientist to win a Nobel Prize, but many other brilliant and dedicated women have pursued science over the years....

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