UniversitÓ della Svizzera italiana

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UniversitÓ della Svizzera italiana  
Location: Lugano
Affiliation: swissuniversities
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Life Sciences - Oct 14
Molecular dynamics simulations represent an increasingly important cornerstone of modern scientific research, thanks to their unparalleled ability to meticulously describe fundamental aspects of complex systems. It is not a coincidence that nowadays molecular simulations are considered a "virtual microscope" from which admire and examine biological processes, as well as confirm through "computational assays" innovative hypotheses which provide the basis for designing new experiments.
Health - Oct 8

The Prostate cancer biology Group, led by Dr. Giuseppina Carbone at the Institute of Oncology Research (IOR, affiliated to USI UniversitÓ della Svizzera italiana), has received a 4-year grant of 700.000 CHF from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) to investigate a transcrip

Health - Sep 30
Health

They are 16, determined and ready to dive into the exciting world of research: the first Ph.D students from the new USI Faculty of Biomedical Sciences presented themselves on Friday 20 September at

Innovation - Sep 23

The International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC) honouredáMaria Rikitianskaia for her doctoral work which was unanimously voted as the best book on the history of technology, published in 2019 by young researchers.

Environment - Oct 7

Air pollution is the centre of debate on many fronts, from air protection measures involving road traffic, to technological innovations to reduce harmful emissions.

Business - Sep 30

As from now, Prof. Patrick Gagliardini will work alongside the other members of the Rectorate in the overall management of the University.

Physics - Sep 19

In classical, Newtonian theory, causality, the connection between cause and effect, is considered to sit at the core of physics: Causal thinking, together with the idea that absolute time and space are the pre-given stage for all physical events, have been dominating classical physics well into the twentieth century.




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