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  • February 2, 2024
    Elena Donini selected visiting scientist by ESA ARCHIVAL RESEARCH VISITOR PROGRAMME  
    The FBK researcher has been selected by an independent committee and will be spending a period at ESA in spring-summer 2024. She will develop an advanced method to efficiently select significant radargrams in large archives. The research will be applied to RIME/JUICE and SRS/EnVision subsurface radar space missions in which FBK is involved
  • February 9, 2023
    Destination: Ganymede
    The European probe JUICE is set to be launched from Kourou Space Base in French Guiana in the second half of April. Mission goal: to reach Jupiter's orbit in seven years and study its icy moons. The Bruno Kessler Foundation (with the research group coordinated by Francesca Bovolo) is among the partners in the UniTrento-led project.
  • January 23, 2023
    FBK for the National Recovery and Resilience Plan
    The section that monitors and provides information on FBK projects for the PNRR is available on www.fbk.eu
  • April 12, 2022
    The infinite lightness of exploration
    A journey inside the HERMES-SP project and the cross scientific return in the field of multi-messenger astrophysics
  • September 16, 2021
    What space will it be?
    An evening on the frontiers of research on space exploration. Among the guests, ASI's President Giorgio Saccoccia, FBK's president Francesco Profumo, the president of the University of Trento, Flavio Deflorian and professor and physicist of the University of Trento-EUSPA Roberto Battiston.
  • April 8, 2021
    New horizons for the FBK Clean Room
    Thanks to newly purchased equipment, we are moving from micro-fabrication to nano-fabrication of devices, for innovative applications in companies and in the space industry
  • October 24, 2019
    Roberto Battiston in the firmament of Astronautics
    The FBK board member was awarded the Hall of Fame Award by the International Astronautics Federation for contributing to the progress of space science and technology and to the impacts of space for humanity
  • July 31, 2019
    A year out of Earth: how a human body can change
    Scott Kelly spent 340-day in space for NASA's investigation that studied identical twin astronauts. In the meanwhile, his brother Mark stayed on Earth. Christopher Mason, guest of FBK at 2019 MAQC conference, took part in the research by studying the change in genes expression