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Next academic year, FIM will welcome Professor Paolo Zanardi of the University of Southern California

The Department of Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics - FIM of Unimore strives for excellence and is committed to provide its students with further moments for discussion with great names of international physics, integrating its teaching staff with a new visiting professor. On the next academic year 2019/2020, students enrolled in the international master’s degree programme in Physics, provided in English, will have the opportunity to attend classes taught by professor Paolo Zanardi of t...

Early diagnosis of melanoma: less excision and cost savings thanks to a Unimore study

A cost savings of more than 200 thousand euros for each million people per year, and a reduction of over 50% of removals: this is the most relevant factual information arising from a Unimore study on early diagnosis of melanoma. The research shows a higher level of diagnostic accuracy of Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy (96%) compared to Dermoscopy (90%). The data currently being published highlights the diagnostic performance on ambiguous wounds for the diagnosis of melanoma: sensitivity ...

Researcher Elisabetta Palazzo is one of the two European winners of ESDR/SID Award 2019

Elisabetta Palazzo, a researcher from Unimore financed by the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi at the Surgical, Medical, Dental and of Morphological Sciences Department, focused on Transplants, Oncology and Regeneration Medicine, is one of the two European winners of the ESDR/SID Collegiality Award 2019.  The acknowledgment was assigned to her by the European Society for Dermatological Research, a European company committed to the research in the dermatological field, during the SID - the annual...

The Unimore project on Artificial Intelligence Academy is now complete

Two major funds for a total amount of 1.5 million euros will soon give Unimore the opportunity to start one of the most important international Research Centres in Artificial Vision and Artificial Intelligence, which will be based in the future AI (Artificial Intelligence) Academy at the Modena Technopole. Thanks to this initiative, the Modena Technopole will become one of the excellence centres in Artificial Intelligence, specialised in Deep Learning and Artificial Vision. This project, tha...

ACS Nano publishes a new study on graphene coordinated by professor Maria Clelia Righi

On the famous journal ACS Nano, dedicated to research in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies, a study on graphene has been published, coordinated by Professor Maria Clelia Righi of the Department of Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics - FIM of Unimore, in cooperation with the Department of Physics of the University of Basel. Professor Maria Clelia Righi of FIM and her collaborator Paolo Restuccia, who currently works at the Imperial College of London, have carried out a study on...

Continuous training will start soon, with issuance of CFUs shared with European partners

Unimore is a state-of-the art university in Europe for teaching innovation with regard to specialist and professional continuous training. A Common Microcredentials Framework, or Micro Specialisations as the Italian name will sound, is what the Network EduOpen of Italian Universities led by Unimore aims to achieve within the European MOOCs Consortium in order to create training profiles that can be transferred and recognised in continuous training. Designed to meet the students’ request to deve...

Three Unimore professors in the Medicine Maker Power List 2019

The number of Unimore researchers is increasingly growing in world’s scientific journals. This year, the Medicine Maker list includes three professors of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, which is therefore the most represented Italian University. A world leading publication in cell and gene therapy, the Medicine Maker has updated its list with the 100 best leaders and opinion makers in the world who have carried out a project able to change the life in the Biopharmaceutical industry,...

A female student of Unimore is awarded the study grant Giovanni Armenise Harvard Foundation of Boston

Unimore student Beatrice Bighi, enrolled in the first year of the Master’s degree programmein Chemical Sciences of the Department of Chemical and Geological Sciences, has won the study grant offered by the Giovanni Armenise Harvard Foundation- GAHF of Boston in the US. For the first time, a Unimore student is awarded this highly selective prize, assigned by a board made of members of the Harvard Medical School of Boston, who evaluated the qualifications of the applicants and interviewed them i...

"EU-China Cooperation - Economic Trends and Perspectives along the New Silk Road" Summer School

The rapid transformations affecting the Chinese economy and society, as well as the cooperation opportunities between Europe and China will be the focus of the new “EU-China Cooperation - Economic Trends and Perspectives along the New Silk Road” Summer School, promoted by Unimore together with the Study Centre on Contemporary China - CSCC and the Xi’an Jaotong-Liverpool University of Suzhou - XJTLU. Sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the International Cooperation, and the Municipa...

Online the new "Sustainable Unimore" website, directly accessible from the homepage

Unimore has joined the University Network for Sustainable Development (RUS) and is listed in the Greenmetric international ranking. Other than monitoring the network activity, the University actively participates with its own staff in the five RUS work groups: Energy, Climate Changes, Mobility, Waste and Education to Sustainability. In this context, the “Sustainable Unimore” website has been created to promote Unimore as a Sustainable University, and is already available on www.unimoresosten...

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