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A study on scientific correlations between first and second wave of COVID-19 pandemic

A study carried out by Unimore researchers has explored the correlations between the first and the second wave of SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, and came to the conclusion that, where the number of cases every one hundred thousand inhabitants was higher than 500, the second wave highlighted a clearly reverse pattern, as it appeared to be the more mitigated, the stronger had been the intensity of the first wave. With the collaboration of also foreign researchers, the study has been published on the prest...

Resuming face-to-face lectures from 19 April

In accordance with the evaluations of the Scientific Steering Committee, the Ministry of Health has just made official the change of colour area from red to orange of Regione Emilia Romagna starting from 12 April. With regard to the measures needed to comply with healthcare protocols, starting from 19 April, face-to-face lectures may be held along with the remote teaching activities currently in place since last 8 March. It being understood that, in accordance with safety protocols and t...

Non-hormonal female contraception using antibody fragments

Accelerating Discovery for Non-Hormonal Contraceptives is one of the Grand Challenge programmes launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for the coming years. A research project has just started in the context of this programme, having received funding worth $1.8 million.  The project is being managed by a consortium led by INRAE and involving IN-CELL-ART, a French biotechnology company specialised in nanotransporter technologies called NANOTAXI®, the Italian university UNIMORE [1] , an...

New regional provisions on Covid-19 emergency: distance learning classes as of Monday 8 March

Please note that, in accordance with the new regional provisions that classify the Province of Modena as “red zone” and the Province of Reggio Emilia as “dark orange zone” and that further strengthen the containment measures to halt the spread of Covid-19 virus as of 4 March, face-to-face teaching activities that were set to start on 8 March in the forms communicated over the last weeks have now been cancelled. Therefore, classes will be held only by remote; further communications by the Depar...

The University Library System is now on Instagram

The Unimore Library System (Sistema Bibliotecario di Ateneo - SBA) lands on social media with the official Instagram profile “@sba_unimore”. The purpose is to always be with the students of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in order to provide them with real-time information on the services offered, the progressive reopenings and the organised initiatives, through one of the channels the youngest like most. To share your photos taken at the Unimore libraries, you may use the hashtags ...

Unimore joins the Manifesto for Inclusive University

The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia joins the Manifesto for Inclusive University, an initiative following the commitments laid down by the United Nations General Assembly through the Global Compact on Refugees, under which the Universities undertake to promote the access of refugees to university education and research, and to foster the social inclusion and the participation to university life. It has also decided to participate in the UNICORE 3.0, the University Corridors Project f...

Unimore leads the European project ITHACA for a digital platform on the memories of migrants between history and current events

The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia takes the lead of a European Project for the creation of a digital archive collecting the experiences, the histories and the stories of migrations in the Mediterranean area. The Project is named ITHACA - Interconnecting Histories and Archives for Migrant Agency: Entangled Narratives Across Europe and the Mediterranean Region Recently financed by the European Commission and within the Horizon2020 project, the ITHACA project (  https://cordis.europa.eu/...

Unimore call for the release of Patrick George Zaki

In accordance with the Egypt Coptic Community, to which Patrick George Zaki, student and researcher of the University Alma Mater Studiorum of Bologna, belongs, the 7 January is Christmas day. On this day, our thoughts definitely go to this young activist for human rights, who has unjustly been detained in the Tora prison under pre-trial detention for 11 months by the Egyptian authorities who, by means of questionable and surprising decisions made by the Court of Cairo, continue to reject the...

Satellite technologies to understand the spread of COVID-19: Unimore participates in the EPICO19 project financed by ESA

Researchers of the Public Healthcare Division of the Department of Biomedical, Metabolic and Neural Science (DBMN) of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in consortium with two start-up companies, one from Milan and one from Ravenna, and the collaboration of the Local Health Authority of Reggio Emilia, participate in an European Project, financed by ESA (European Space Agency), aimed at exploiting satellite technologies to fight COVID-19, by implementing these services in Italy to the be...

Professor Massimo Dominici invited by WHO to join the International Committee for new drugs

Professor Massimo Dominici of the Department of  Medical and Surgical Sciences for Children ad Adults of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Director of the Complex Structure of Oncology of the University Hospital of Modena, has been invited by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to join an international group of experts in charge of the ’"International Pharmacopoeia and Pharmaceutical Preparations".  This scientific body has been assigned the delicate task of evaluating new drugs an...

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