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“Youth and digital reading”, a chat with Davide Azzolini

January 10, 2017

In the framework of the cycle of scientific meetings promoted by Trentino Higher Education and Research System on Wednesday, February 15, at 6pm at MUSE, the researcher Davide Azzolini from the Institute of Research Evaluation of Public Policies (IRVAPP) will talk about youth and digital reading.

The series of meetings titled “Research creates value” continues with Davide Azzolini, a researcher at FBK-IRVAPP, on February 15 at 6PM at the café of the MUSE – Science Museum. Topic of discussion is “Youth and digital reading. Are they all equally good”?
“Research creates value” is a cycle of scientific meetings open to citizens organized by the Autonomous Province of Trento in collaboration with MUSE – Science Museum, Bruno Kessler Foundation, University of Trento, and Edmund Mach Foundation.
Improve the quality of life of people is one of the goals of scientific research and with this objective in mind research creates value; in Trentino high-level research in various fields and disciplines is carried out, thanks to a fertile ground built on investments, relationships and important presences. These scientific meetings allow you to interact with researchers, exploring the frontier areas of research and understand its impact on everyday life, ranging from health issues to social issues, from biodiversity to science communication.