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INFN: new ScienzaPerTutti website now online
ScienzaPerTutti, the new portal of science dissemination dedicated to schools and edited by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN), is now online with new paths and articles, new graphics, an...
Publication date 04/24/2017
Source INFN
University of Milan: a new model of crystal growth of materials
In a study published in the prestigious journal Nature, researchers at the University of Milan (Statale), in collaboration with the University of Manchester in the UK, the University of Samara in Russia...
Publication date 04/21/2017
Source Università degli Studi di Milano
Nuclear physics: agreement between INFN and JINR renewed
The Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) – one of the most important international centres for research in nuclear and subnuclear...
Publication date 04/21/2017
Source INFN
Call to recruit PRIMA Programme Director now open
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has published a call to recruit the PRIMA Programme Director.
Publication date 04/19/2017
Source Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)
Researchers of the University of Parma study future climate
In climatology, the term "climate change" means changes in the Earth's climate related to different spatial scales and historical and temporal considerations in relation to the mean values of one or more...
Publication date 04/19/2017
Source Università di Parma
INGV researchers listen to the rumbling of the Volcano
The Phlegraean Fields (Campi Flegrei) are a large area situated to the northwest of the city of Naples and its Gulf, known since ancient times for its volcanic activity in the numerous existing eruptive...
Publication date 04/18/2017
Source INGV
INAF researcher and his team identified planet formation
A team of international researchers led by Davide Fedele, National Institute of Astrophysics in Florence, using ESO Alma (Atacama Large Millimeter-submillimeter Array) telescope, identified traces of two...
Publication date 04/18/2017
Source INAF
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