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University of Pisa: grant to anthropologists studying Altamura man
News
A grant of almost 400,000 euro to study the skeleton of the Altamura man was obtained by Damiano Marchi and Giovanni Boschian, anthropologists of the University of Pisa, in collaboration with other anthropologists...
Publication date 06/16/2017
Source UNIPI
CNR researchers study new lines in the Peruvian desert
Success story
The Nazca Lines are lines carved into the ground (geoglyphs) in the Nazca desert, an arid plateau that stretches some eighty kilometres between the towns of Nazca and Palpa, in southern Peru. There are...
Publication date 05/15/2017
Source CNR
CNR scientists investigate the origin of walnut
News
The first historical records of the use of the walnut fruit tree (Juglans regia L.) as a food date back to 9,000 years ago. Both Pliny the Elder, the Roman writer, admiral and naturalist, and Columella...
Publication date 04/04/2017
Source CNR
Underwater archaeology, the activities of the BLUEMED project begin
Project
The University of Calabria, together with nine European partners, has recently started the activities of the BLUEMED project, promoted by the European Union under the transnational cooperation programme...
Publication date 03/14/2017
Source Università degli Studi della Calabria
From CNR hyperspectral imaging techniques applied to works of art
News
A group of researchers from the ‘Nello Carrara’ Institute of Applied Physics of CNR (IFAC-CNR), together with a colleague from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, has published on the...
Publication date 11/30/2016
Source Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Launch of scientific cooperation between Italy and Vietnam
News
The International Relations Unit of the Italian National Research Council and the Italian Embassy in Hanoi organized a meeting between the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences - Cultural Heritage...
Publication date 11/18/2016
Source Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
New instruments for the study of ancient findings
Project
IMAT, the new instrument operating at ISIS, the neuron and muon source of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), was inaugurated on 10 October. It will use a new neutron tomography technology...
Publication date 10/20/2016
Source Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Israel established the Rita Levi Montalcini award for medicine
News
The Israeli government has established an international award dedicated to the figure and work of Rita Levi-Montalcini, Nobel laureate for medicine in 1986. The award will be assigned to a high-profile...
Publication date 09/21/2016
Source La Repubblica
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