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Liver cancer: a study carried out in Modena shows how to diagnose the fast growing tumours at an early stage

A study designed and coordinated by the Gastroenterology Department of the Modena University Hospital, directed by professor Erica Villa, shows how the fast growing liver tumours can be diagnosed at an early stage. A few days ago in Rome, the Study “ Genes related to neoangiogenesis identify fast growing hepatocellular carcinoma with the least chance of survival. Results of a prospective study ” was awarded by AISF (Italian Liver Study Association) the best basic Italian study published in 2016...

Visiting professor Ulrich Hohenester at the Physics international master’s degree programme

The Physics international master’s degree programme sees the debut of visiting professor Ulrich Hohenester (University of Graz). He is visiting professor at FIM, the Department of Physics, Information Technology and Mathematics at Unimore. The Austrian professor will hold a course focused on the interactions between radiation and nanomaterials. The Department of Physics, Information Technology and Mathematics (FIM) at Unimore sees the debut of visiting professor Ulrich Hohenester. He is v...

Unimore is scientific partner of MAMA-MEA European project for fuel cell innovation

MAMA-MEA is the curious acronym given to an important European research project started early this year and dedicated to fuel cells, a technology considered of key importance for the future of economic development, focused on environmental sustainability, and alternative to the use of traditional energy sources for energy production. Unimore and LIFC – the Fuel Cell Interdepartmental Laboratory, coordinated by professor Marcello Romagnoli of the “Enzo Ferrari” Engineering Department (DIEF) are...

Panasonic Silicon Valley Lab donates Unimore a server for research in the fields of artificial vision

The Automotive Academy laboratories at Unimore are being enriched with innovative tools, the last one being the recent donation of an advanced GPU Server TeslaK80 cluster for research in the fields of artificial vision, by Panasonic Silicon Valley Lab.  Unimore Rector Angelo O. Andrisano commented that “This donation is of strategic importance for our students and our internationalization activities. I am very proud of the skills achieved by DIEF laboratories, which draw the interest of mult...

Professor Fabrizio Di Benedetto has been awarded the title of Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

An important acknowledgment for the Director of Surgical Oncology, Hepato-bilio-pancreatic Surgery and Liver Transplantation of the University Hospital of the Polyclinic of Modena. On 22nd October, during the opening ceremony of the ACS Clinical Congress held in San Diego (California, US), professor Fabrizio Di Benedetto was appointed Fellow. “I am deeply honoured to become a part of this prestigious and ancient scientific society, and I would like to share it with my team, as together we are d...

Unimore has launched OneClick, the new discovery tool for bibliographic research

The Unimore library system is now experiencing a small revolution since the arrival of OneClick, the new discovery tool for the integrated and simultaneous search of the documentary collections of the Athenaeum, both in printed and electronic format. It is an innovative system designed and implemented to help thousands of students and professors who access the university libraries for consultation and reading activities. As of Monday 30th October, bibliographic searches can be carried out ...

Unimore awards the Honorary Degree to Kazunori Yamauchi, designer of the Gran Turismo Sport series

On 17th October 2017, Unimore honoured the Japanese video game developer Kazunori Yamauchi with the Honoris Causa Master’s Degree in Vehicle Engineering. He is well known internationally for designing and developing the successful GT video game series exclusive for PlayStation consoles. The series sold more than 76 million copies all over the world and this year celebrates its 20th birthday. The reasons for awarding Kazunori Yamauchi the Honoris Causa Degree at the "Enzo Ferrari" Engineerin...

Unimore joins the European platform on nanomedicine

Nanomedicine and its therapeutic potential are currently one of the most promising research fields at national and European level. Recently Unimore has understood this trend and has joined the European platform on nanomedicine, appointing prof. Giovanni Tosi as its representative. “Joining the European Platform on nanomedicine is an important perspective for the development of nanomedicines, with an international and not only local scope, and is the result of the work we have pursued and devel...

Over a hundred companies took part in MoreJobs, the Career Day organised by Unimore

Once more, Unimore aims at assisting its thousands of students and graduates to enter the job market. Notwithstanding the brilliant job performances reported for Unimore graduates within one year after the degree - according to the annual investigations carried out by the interuniversity consortium AlmaLaurea, which confirm that only 11.7% of graduates are still looking for their first employment one year after graduating (compared to a national average of 21.3% for Italian graduates and more g...

On 17th October, Unimore will award its 100th honorary degree to Kazunori Yamauchi, the designer of the GT video games

Unimore will grant Kazunori Yamauchi a master honorary degree in Vehicle Engineering. The Japanese manager will be the 100th honoris causa graduate of the University. The decision was unanimously voted on 17th July 2017 by the “Enzo Ferrari” Engineering Department (DIEF), then ackowledged and approved by Minister Valeria Fedeli on 6th October 2017. The awarding ceremony will take place on Tuesday 17th October at 2:00 pm in the Great Hall of Modena Technology Centre (Sala Eventi del Tecnop...

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