Stefania Giannini, the Italian Minister of Education, University and Research, has appointed Sapienza Professor Carlo Doglioni as the new President of the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV)
On Monday, May 9, Sapienza University will host the 4th edition of “Graduate Day” to present special awards to 400 students who excelled in academic, cultural, social and athletic contexts during the 2014-15 academic year
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The PaleoFactory employs cutting-edge technology to study the evolution and life of extinct animals. An interdisciplinary research team analyses fossils by combining traditional methods with new computer-based technology
Team Ice-Cream with 5 Sapienza students has won the Roman edition of the NASA International Space Apps Challenge with Project L.I.V.E. Glacier. The Space Apps Challenge was held simultaneously in 170 cities around the world
Beginning on Saturday, May 7, Sapienza will open its museums. “Museum Saturdays” will include workshops for children and teenagers and debates on currents scientific and cultural events with internationally renowned guests