For a Human-Centered AI

Daniele Di Bella

Graduated in Biological Sciences at the University of Milan in October 2021. At the same university he is attending the Master’s Degree Course in Quantitative Biology.

Editor at Vulcano Statale, the student newspaper of the University of Milan. Below is the link to access Daniele’s articles. teatrale del Liceo Copernico / Attore

Author's articles

  • October 20, 2023
    Regenerative aging
    Experiments by a research group at the University of Galway on some marine organisms allow us to better understand the mechanisms of cellular senescence, and to unveil a number of mysteries about regeneration. The first characteristic anyone associates with the Hydra of Lerna, Hercules' second effort, is surely
  • June 12, 2023
    A Lucky Series of Mistakes
    Biologists have long wondered about the function of some membranes found in the cells of various organisms, such as diatoms, that are particularly relevant in atmospheric carbon sequestration. It seems that a clue to the solution has finally been found.
  • January 11, 2023
    Why Antarctica?
    With this article FBK Magazine starts a collaboration with the editorial staff of Vulcano Statale, the newspaper of the University of Milan. Every fortnight we will host a perspective of university students on the world of research, understood in its broadest sense.