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  • April 24, 2024
    Female scientists and intellectuals, religious women
    A journey through the latest bibliographic offerings of the Annali.Recensioni.Online
  • February 22, 2024
    Latest data on science and education in Italy, with a focus on women in stem
    Third and final round of evidence collected in the 2023 Science, Society and Technology yearbook: in this article we went out in search of some statistics on science education and research in Italy, with a focus on trends for enrollment in various secondary schools, the percentage of graduates by subject area, and girls/women active in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
  • February 15, 2024
    Citizen Science: for a democratic science
    The second detailed article drawn from the latest edition of Observa's Science, Technology and Society Yearbook is devoted to Citizen Science and public participation in research. With a mention to the successful experience of the "science workshop" conducted in recent years at FBK
  • February 8, 2024
    A map of science in society: the Italian public opinion on climate, environment and energy
    Im this first of three in-depth analysis articles dedicated to the latest edition of the "Science, Technology and Society" yearbook, a survey conducted since 2003 by Observa Science in Society, we present the positions of Italians on three sustainability-related "hot topics"
  • December 18, 2023
    Innovation refraction that come from afar
    From October 26 to December 8, 2023, the 00A Gallery in Trento hosted an unusual photography exhibit, the result of the determination of artist/inventor Andrea Salvà who beats an innovation path interrupted for decades
  • September 15, 2021
    FBK for interfaith dialogue and peace
    Since 2016 FBK has been a partner of the G20 Interfaith Forum; September 11-14, 2021, it took part in the G20 Interfaith Forum which took place in Bologna, coordinating the working group on innovation in science and technology chaired by the director of the Center for Religious Studies, Marco Ventura
  • March 7, 2018
    Is space curiosity or business?
    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