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Issue 19 of Focus Unimore

Issue 19 of Focus Unimore - the university periodical for the academic community and for dialogue with institutions, bodies and associations - is now online. The ninth of 2021, this edition provides a detailed report of European projects and research activities involving Unimore researchers. A number of important European projects are described. A first example is represented by Borges, acronym of " Biosensing with organic electronics ", a consortium of 12 European partners coordinated by Pro...

Bosch and University of Modena and Reggio Emilia: mobility of the future in a Web Series

50 students of engineering stars of the construction of a driverless prototype for Formula SAE Web-series of six episodes created by Bosch to tell the theme of autonomous driving through the technical aspects and values based on students’ teamwork For their Formula SAE project, the students drew on products and technical training provided by the Bosch Group in Italy and its subsidiaries Other partners of the project: HERE Technologies, FÖRCH, Power On, Sutter Professional, and motorsport.co Spo...

Green Pass required to access to exam and graduation sessions from 1 September 2021

The Leg. Decree no. 111 of 6 August 2021 has established new provisions on the performance of academic activities in the light of the current epidemiological context and the progress of the vaccination campaign. In particular from 1 September 2021, in order to access the university facilities and carry out examinations in the presence you must be in possession of the COVID pass (green pass*). Those who fall within the criteria defined by the circular of the Ministry of Health of 04 August 2021 ...

International experiences of Unimore students are multiplying

International experiences addressed to Unimore students continue to develop. A recent example comes from the Degree Programme in Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques activated in the Department of Medicine, which has given Lisa Balboni, a student of the third year, the opportunity to carry out a research project aimed at preparing her degree thesis at a prestigious Swiss institution. The student spent a month at the Research Institute for natural sciences and engineering “Paul Scherrer Institute...

Resuming face-to-face examinations and final degree examinations: Unimore approves the guidelines

This decision is part of the road map that the collegial bodies of the University have been drawing up for some time now, and is based on Leg. Decree no. 52 of 22 April 2021, providing for the preferred scheduling in face-to-face mode of those teaching activities that until now could only be held remotely in accordance with the provisions for containing and preventing the spread. This decision puts an end to a series of declarations and statements, also rebounded on information bodies and c...

The deadline for applications for the summer school "EU-China Cooperation" is 4 june

The deadline for applications for admission to the summer school "EU-China Cooperation: Green Transition and Digital Economy, Between National Policies and Multipolarism" is 4 June. The School is a training course entirely online, in English, to provide participants with highly qualified knowledge on new environmental protection policies and technologies and the digital economy. The summer school will be held from 19 to 24 July and will be open to 40 participants including university student...

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...

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