Future Built on Knowledge

Matteo Serra

Science writer and science communicator, P.I. of  “CittadinI per la ScienzA” (CISA) project, call “Comunicatori STAR della scienza” – Provincia Autonoma di Trento.

Contributor of “Le Scienze”, “la Repubblica” and other scientific magazines.

Master degree (2009) and Ph.D. (2014) in Theoretical Physics, University of Cagliari.

Master course “La scienza nella pratica giornalistica” (2016), Sapienza University of Rome.

Post-doc fellowship (2015-2016), Sapienza University of Rome.

To date, author of more than 100 journalistic articles published on scientific magazines and newspapers.

Author or co-author of 7 scientific publications in the field of theoretical physics.

Co-founder and board member of the no-profit association “International Physicists Network” (since 2016).

Member of the association SWIM – Science Writers in Italy (since 2018).


Author's articles

  • Technology is revolutionizing our society profoundly, with discoveries that would once have been considered science fiction. According to Piero Angela, the ongoing revolution also entails many risks, especially for young people
    June 7, 2018
  • Professor Luigi Fontana illustrated, at FBK, the most effective strategy to keep physical and mental well-being. The ingredients are three: healthy nutrition, physical activity and cognitive training
    May 29, 2018
  • Wednesday, May 9 at MUSE "Science at 6 o'clock" returns: the series of science happy hours featuring researchers from the University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Edmund Mach Foundation and MUSE - with the coordination of the Autonomous Province of Trento - called to discuss with the public on current scientific topics
    May 9, 2018
  • We met in Bonn Norbert Steinhaus, one of the managers of the city's "Science shop", a structure able to mediate between the needs of citizens and those of different local stakeholders
    April 18, 2018
  • The MUSE Café hosted the first event, dedicated to glyphosate, of the series of science happy hours. The event was attended by over seventy people
    March 22, 2018
  • At the opening of the Co.Scienza festival, the president of the Italian Space Agency Roberto Battiston and the science popularizer Adrian Fartrade were the protagonists of a lively debate about the ultimate goal of space exploration
    March 7, 2018
  • The project for schools, which aims to create a scientific and informative text, has come to life: at the end of a thrilling challenge, the work of the "Maffei" high school in Riva del Garda, which described the physics of semiconductors in a theatrical key, has been awarded the prize
    March 5, 2018