Université de la Suisse italienne


Université de la Suisse italienne   link
Lieu: Lugano
Via Giuseppe Buffi 13, 6900 Lugano

Affiliation: swissuniversities
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Gestion de la recherche - 8.06
In the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings, USI has improved its rank over the last year - from 273rd to 240th - and breaks into the 'top 250' in only its second appearance in the table which sees 1.300 universities ranked worldwide, 145 more than the previous edition. USI also confirms its eighth position in Switzerland.
Chimie - 2.06
Chimie

Most materials have a seemingly smooth surface, but under high magnification, they reveal to be full of tiny holes or pores.

Économie - 31.05

What is an antibody? What does it protect us from, and what does it not? In this new episode of Science in a minute Dr Rebecca Amati, project manager of the project Corona Immunitas Ticino, explains everything about this fundamental component of our immune system.

Santé - 17.05

Coronavirus mutations currently worry not only scientists, but also politicians and the general population. But why do viruses mutate and how do such mutations occur? Dr. Rebecca Amati, project manager of the Corona Immunitas Ticino project, explains it to us.

Économie - 10.05

Long Covid. Is it just yet another new term in this pandemic, or is there something behind it? Dr Rebecca Amati, project manager of the Corona Immunitas Ticino project, explains in this video what Long Covid is and what symptoms are behind it.

Économie - 2.06
Économie

Financial markets are often subject to sudden asset price surges and dips, most of the time due to the classic market dynamics of mismatched supply and demand.

Santé - 25.05

What is public health and what do the terms protection, prevention and health promotion have to do with us? In this new episode of Science in a Minute, Dr. Rebecca Amati, project manager of the project Corona Immunitas Ticino, explains everything about this important concept.

Criminologie - 12.05

"Italian mafias currently pose a considerable threat to Switzerland". In December 2019, the Federal Department of Justice and Police sounded the alarm: in Switzerland, as in many other countries, criminal organisations - such as the Calabrian 'ndrangheta - have been operating for a long time and in many areas. A phenomenon as deep-rooted as it is discreet, with characteristics such as the air-tight structure and the ability to blend perfectly in the community that allow these organisations to operate and expand. For the inquiring authorities, the task is very challenging, and among the public opinion, the mafia is still perceived - erroneously - as a problem distant from our reality.

Santé - 10.05

Among the several funding schemes for scientific research of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) there is one specifically designed to foster dialogue between scientists and society: Agora. Following the 10th call for proposals, the SNSF has approved a total of 18 new projects, out 51 that were submitted, for a total of 3.4M Swiss francs. Three of the awarded projects were submitted by USI researchers - in architecture, biomedicine and communication. Let's find out more about them.




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