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THE MOBILE ROBOT FOR DISINFECTION DEVELOPED WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE PROJECT “SAMARITAN” IS FUNDED BY FONDAZIONE MARMO DI CARRARA AND SUPPORTED BY SANT’ANNA PISA PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATION “IL TALENTO ALL’OPERA”

Every surface in hospitals can be sanitized using a mobile robot, developed within the framework of the project “Samaritan” is funded by Fondazione Marmo di Carrara and supported by Sant’Anna Pisa Philanthropic Foundation “Il Talento all’Opera”. Sabina Nuti, Rector of Sant’Anna School, said: “We are very proud of  being a leading contributor to philanthropic campaigns in Pisa and in Tuscany communities for reshaping priorities and strategies for the next phase of Covid-19 crisis

Towards a Green New Deal: the first documentary realised for the H2020 project GROWINPRO coordinated by the Institute of Economics of Sant’Anna School is out

The world is facing an unprecedented crisis following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, as many academics and policy makers are pointing...

Ethiopian Teff: an ancient grain. Sant'Anna School researchers identified more than 3,000 varieties to select the best-yielding crop for improving sustainability. This is the largest catalogue ever published

Teff has been grown in Ethiopia for centuries. Teff contains high nutritional values. It is an annual cereal that is a vital part of the African...

Events

16.07.2020 16:00

Interlegal balancing

The fourth webinar organized by the Center for Interlegality Research (CIR) deals with theoretical schemes useful for conceptualizing the relations between norms sourced in overlapping and different legal orders. In particular, the object of the debate is the working paper of Gabriel Encinas, Ph.D. candidate at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, who proposes "interlegal balancing" as a...

30.09.2020 09:00 to 01.10.2020 19:00

Bio(techno)logy is escalating the debate

Renowned academics of the University of Pisa, Sant’Anna School and Scuola Normale Superiore are organizing a conference on BIO[THECNO]LOGY on Semptember 30 and October 1th, 2020, to discuss genetic engineering and recent advances in DNA vaccines. The BIO[THECNO]LOGY event is free and open to the public. It welcomes professors and students from higher education institutions and universities...