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IN PISA A NEW DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAM IN DATA SCIENCE WILL SUPPORT INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND STIMULATE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT

On June 16, Scuola Normale Superiore, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Università di Pisa, Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca and CNR (Italian National...

SANT’ANNA SCHOOL HAS LAUNCHED THE SECOND EDITION OF THE SUMMER SCHOOL FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON ETHICAL, LEGAL, AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE REGULATION OF ROBOTICS IN EUROPE

Ethical, legal and economic implications of regulation of robotics, and the social concerns arising from development of emerging technologies will...

HEALTHCARE Management, Sant’Anna SCHOOL LAB. MeS deFINE STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE ADEQUATE HEALTHCARE PROVISIONS FOR PRISONERS

The quality and standard of health care provided to prisoners is the same as that provided in the community through the public health system. The...

The QS World University Rankings: for the first time, Pisa Normale and Sant’Anna now have been named in the global Top 200 Universities

Released today, the QS rankings recognize for the first time the Scuola Normale Superiore and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna as the 30th best...

MARINE AND SOFT ROBOTICS: INAUGURATION OF NEW CENTRE IN LIVORNO FOR MARINE ROBOTICS TO EXPAND EXPLORATION IN COASTAL AND UNDERWATEWR ENVIRONMENTS

On 9 June 2017 a new Sant’Anna School Centre for Research and Innovation on Marine Robotics was officially opened in Livorno - Scoglio della...

ROBOETHICS: THREE CONFERENCES IN JUNE 15 – 29, 2017, AT FLORENCE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES “LA COLOMBARIA”. ACADEMICS OF SANT’ANNA SCHOOL ADDRESS CONCERNS OVER ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF ROBOTS

The Tuscan Academy of Science and Humanities “La Colombaria” organized three seminars on “Roboethics, from algorithms to humanoids” from...

the “Nanoros” project for Nanotechnology applications in Space: preventing muscle deterioration in orbit could tackle muscle wasting diseases on Earth

Preventing muscle degeneration to which astronauts are being subjected means identifying targets and developing strategies to tackle...

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....

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...

Making the most of graduate talent: the Pisa-Pavia Consortium between IUSS, Sant’Anna School and University of Pisa awarded the first joint degree in bionics engineering

Angela Mazzeo, a 22 years old talented student from Puglia, is the first Pisa-Pavia Consortium student who graduated in bionics engineering. The...

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