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  • October 31, 2023
    A call for artists to challenge conspiracies with wonder
    The European Digital Deal consortium is seeking through its partner Sineglossa an individual artist or collective for a project on disinformation and the fascination of stories. Up for grabs 25,000 euros and an internship at Bologna's Tecnopolo.
  • October 25, 2023
    The faces of sustainable energy
    A series of videos with FBK researchers who conduct research and development activities in collaboration with industry, academia and public institutions in the energy sector.
  • 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
  • October 16, 2023
    Ultraman. An interview with Anton Krupicka
    The Third episode of FBK Magazine's experience at the Trento Sports Festival. It is the turn of an interview with Anton Krupicka, a 40-year-old American ultrarunner, who told us about his relationship with curiosity, nature, and competition. All in all, he told us about the relentless quest that drives us to get to know ourselves more and more deeply.
  • October 12, 2023
    Fondazione Bruno Kessler has started the selection process for the positions of Director of its Digital Society research center, dedicated to the new challenges of the digital society of the future, and the Augmented Intelligence Center, focusing on the innovative sector of Augmented Intelligence. Application deadline: December 7, 2023 (12 p.m. GMT+2)
  • October 11, 2023
    Observing the atmosphere from high altitude: the mystery of Terrestrial gamma rays
    FBK and the Società Alpinisti Tridentini (SAT), the Trentino mountaineers association, join to implement the PIZ-Gamma project, advancing a further exercise of the DomoSens model dedicated to high schools that will take them on a school-to-work experience in close contact with research.
  • October 11, 2023
    Also Kessler went to school, but what do we know about his education? Receiving education for him was not easy for sure and perhaps this is the reason why he later on put a lot of his attention on culture and education
  • October 9, 2023
    The FORUM devoted to the environmental history of fascism.
    An invitation to reflect on natural disasters and the role of monuments in the construction of memory.
  • October 5, 2023
    Interdisciplinarity. One of FBK’s assets
    A review of the latest articles in FBK Magazine prompts us to identify the virtuous blending of expertise as one of the most striking features of research. We look at collaboration as a key idea for progress not only in knowledge but also in everyday life.
  • October 2, 2023
    North Adriatic Hydrogen Valley launches in Portorož
    The North Adriatic Hydrogen Valley (NAHV), the first transnational initiative of this kind under the Horizon Europe programme, supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, was launched in Portorož-Portorose, Slovenia. Fondazione Bruno Kessler as partner in the project, will be in charge of several activities such as the safety plan, the modelling of the digital twin of H2 valley and definition for a certification scheme for the green H2 guarantees of origin.
  • October 2, 2023
    The spread of automation in Europe and the impact on family income inequality
    Piotr Lewandowski, a well-known Polish economist, presented preliminary results of a joint research study aimed at assessing the impact of automation (industrial robots) on household income inequality in 14 European countries.