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SANT’ANNA SCHOOL AND SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE RUN THE “SCUOLE ALLO SPECCHIO” SERIES OF SEMINARS. ON JUNE 15, MARIO ENRICO PE’ AND ALESSANDRO CELLERINO WILL FOCUS ON THE “NEXT-GENERATION BIOLOGY”

Sant’Anna School and Scuola Normale Superiore run a series of seminars through the academic year. Next week’s seminar in Sant’Anna School to...

SCIENCE POPULARIZATION, SANT’ANNA SCIENCE CAFE EVENT OF JUNE 15, A SEMINAR ON “LA RICERCA DEL GRANO PERDUTO” TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TRANSLATION OF ETHIOPIAN OLD DURUM WHEAT GENETIC DIVERSITY INTO WORLDWIDE AGRICULTURE BENEFITS

On June 15 at 9.15 pm, at the SantˈAnna School Science Café, Matteo dell’Acqua, genetic scientist at SantˈAnna School, will give his talk...

Health and Safety at Sant’Anna School: the Rotary Club Pisa and ConAlbe Onlus donate two Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) at key locations in Percro and Plant Labs

Defibrillation is a recognized means of terminating potentially fatal arrhythmias during a cardiac arrest. Automated External Defibrillators...

RESEARCH SCIENTIST CAREER: APPLICATIONS FOR SANT’ANNA SCHOOL PHD PROGRAM OPEN FOR 1st OCTOBER 2017 INTAKE. 68 SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS OF ALL NATIONALITIES

Sant’Anna School in Pisa is looking for talented and motivated graduates of all nationalities with backgrounds in economics and management,...

SCIENCE POPULARIZATION, SANT’ANNA SCIENCE CAFE TAKES PLACE ON MAY 31 – JUNE 22, 2017 - FOUR SEMINARS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

On May 31-June 22 at 9.15 pm, at the SantˈAnna School Science Café, members of the public will have the opportunity to learn more about...

Food chemistry and research: unattractive appearance apples are a good source of bioactive phenolic compounds that have shown nutraceutical functions

Ugly but healthy apples: six ancient apple varieties (Mantovana, Mora, Nesta, Cipolla, Ruggina, Sassola) and a commercial apple (Golden Delicious)...

Inauguration of Valagro @PlantLab Joint Laboratory between Sant’Anna School and Valagro to develop biostimulants and improve drought tolerance in crops

We are investing in the creation of new research facilities: Valagro, leading group in the development and marketing of biostimulants and...

INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMS OF ACADEMICS IN NORMALE AND SANT’ANNA SCHOOLS WILL MIRROR COMPLEX CHALLENGES: ON MAY 17, ETHERNA PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING AT NORMALE, TO STUDY CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

The next meeting at the Normale on May 17, at 6.00 pm, will cover the latest research in the use of microRNA for early detection of cardiovascular...

Sant’Anna School mourns loss of Professor Filiberto Loreti who served as director of department of agriculture from 1976 to 1988

Professor Filiberto Loreti served as director of the Sant’Anna School department of agriculture from 1976 to 1988. He was an esteemed scientist...

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER OF SANT’ANNA SCHOOL LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE RECEIVES “PISTOIA GIOVANI E RICERCA SCIENTIFICA” FUNDING FOR INVESTIGATION IN NUTRACEUTICALS TO BOOST THE AGRO-FOOD MANUFACTURING IN PESCIA AND PISTOIA

Alice Trivellini, postdoctoral researcher at Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences, has been identified as one of the awardees of the...

AGRICULTURE’S ANSWER TO CLIMATE CHANGE: ON SATURDAY, MAY 6, THE RECTOR OF SANT’ANNA GIVES HIS SEMINAR ON “RESILIENT PLANTS" AT MANTOVA FOOD&SCIENCE FESTIVAL

The Mantova “Food&Science Festival”, will be held in Mantova from May 5-7, 2017. The “Food&Science Festival” provides a platform for...

ANESTHESIOLOGY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE: CELL-TO-CELL COMMUNICATION IN THE HOSTILE MILIEU OF THE DAMAGED HEART, SANT’ANNA SCHOOL LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE FACULTY MEMBER GUEST SPEAKER AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY ON WEDNESDAY 5 APRIL, 2017

How do cardiac cells “communicate”? And, in particular, how do they communicate in the hostile milieu of the damaged heart? Vincenzo Lionetti,...

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