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Four Visiting Professors will join DIEF next academic year

The academic year 2018/2019 will be even more international at DIEF. Four visiting professors will join the Department to enrich of new topics and teaching methods the higher education offer to DIEF Students. The Master Program in Electronics Engineering will host distinguished lecturers such as Professor Volnei Pedroni (from the Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paranà, Brazil), in the framework of the new English taught Double Degree Program with the Brazilian University, and Prof. Rapha...

Unimore has been rewarded by the Italian Erasmus+ National Agency

Unimore has been awarded an important grant funded under the Key Action 107 (KA107) – International Credit Mobility of the Erasmus+ Programme. The five approved projects, submitted by our university and focused on the mobility of students, faculty members and administrative staff, involve partner higher education institutions in Vietnam, China, Thailand, South Africa and Hong Kong. The overall budget is EUR 306,530.00 and 56 participants will benefit from the corresponding grants: 30 incomi...

Unimore part of the IM2PACT European project for studies on blood-brain barrier crossing

A five-year project named “ Investigating Mechanisms and Models Predictive of Accessibility of Therapeutics (IM2PACT) Into the Brain ”, which sees the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia also involved, aims to promote studies for blood-brain crossing in order to find innovative delivery systems for transporting biopharmaceuticals to the brain (peptides, antibodies, etc..), and to identify new pharmacological targets for the treatment of the Alzheimer disease, Multiple Sclerosis and metabolic...

Unimore excels among general universities for the performance and the employment rate of its graduates

The degree obtained at Unimore keeps being an effective master key for the workplace, with the University passing the exam of its graduates with flying colours, and winning the comparison with the other Italian universities. This is what the AlmaLaurea Interuniversity Consortium states in its latest report on a 2016 survey on graduate employment, made to students one year after obtaining the degree. It confirms that the unemployment rate of Unimore graduates has further dropped to 10.0%, bei...

Centre for Regenerative Medicine: Holostem is now 10 years old

The university spin-off “Holostem Terapie Avanzate”, hosted at the “Stefano Ferrari” Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) of Unimore, is now 10 years old, and this is the perfect opportunity to remember the extraordinary phases during which it was awarded several scientific and industrial prizes. Holostem Advanced Therapies had been created in response to the new European regulation 1394/2007 that considered the advanced therapies (cell therapy, gene therapy, tissue engineering) equivalent...

From the next academic year, FIM of Unimore will welcome professor Nobuyuki Sano of the University of Tzkuba in Japan

The Department of Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics (FIM) of Unimore strives for excellence and focuses on providing its students with opportunities for discussion by hosting great names in international physics. From the next academic year 2018/2019, students enrolled in the international master’s degree programme in Physics, provided in English, will have the opportunity to attend classes taught by professor Nobuyuki Sano of the University of Tzukuba in Japan, an expert of electronic ...

RE-SEARCH ALPS, a European project coordinated by Unimore, submits the results after one year since its onset

RE-SEARCH ALPS - Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area, a European project coordinated by Unimore and aimed at building a massive database for mapping the laboratories and research centres of the Alpine macro area, takes stock by officially submitting its progress after approximately one year since its onset, as it did on the 51st OECD Meeting of the Technology and Innovation Policy Working Party, which was held in Paris during the update session on OECD countries. After a year of work, ...

Unimore researchers discover a mechanism for regulating the temperature in the deep magma source

Researchers of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia have discovered a mechanism for regulating the temperature in the deep magma source. Carried out by professor Daniele Brunelli of Unimore, professor Anna Cipriani of Unimore, and their colleague Enrico Bonatti, the study was published on the last number of Nature Geoscience, the famous international scientific magazine. The volcano activity of the Earth is almost totally invisible to the eye. More than three quarters of the magma gene...

Horacio Pagani awarded with an Honoris Causa Degree in Vehicle Engineering

Unimore awarded Horacio Pagani with an Honoris Causa Master's Degree in Vehicle Engineering. The well-known entrepreneur of Argentinian origin, founder and Chief Designer of Pagani Automobili , is the second leading figure to receive this honorary degree from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. The Master’s degree in Vehicle Engineering has attracted the attention of the entrepreneurial world operating in the automotive sector, as well as the interest of many young people (623 graduates...

Four young talents of Cyber Academy Unimore in Singapore

Talents of the Cyber Academy Unimore are in Singapore to take part in the main hacker competition in the world, which will be held on the 11 and 12 June. It is the Defence Discovery Camp, an event promoted by the Defence & Science Technology Agency, which will involve the participation of Italy and other 6 foreign teams coming from the US, United Kingdom, Estonia, Romania, Israel. Italy will be present with 4 students of the Cyber Academy of Unimore, namely the team leader Alessandro Guid...

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