Research led by the Italian University of Trieste has developed a material that is capable of synthesizing molecules. This could be hugely important in making the chemical industry more sustainable.
Bridges, wind turbines, gas pipelines and the Colosseum do not have eternal life. But wireless sensors that charge themselves can help prolong their lives.
Venice has had a charging station for electrically powered boats for a week now. Let's hope that another 8998 poles will follow.
Artificial Intelligence leads to a better world if it is at the service of the common good. This is what Pope Francis said in a video that was released on November 5.
Days before corona officially appeared in Lombardy in February earlier this year, the virus had already settled in this northern Italian region. This is shown by data from the 112 emergency number.
A new variety of olive tree is resistant to the xylella bacterium that has wiped out millions of trees in southern Italy. The first fruit from what is known as the FS17 was harvested this month.
Energy generation from wind and sun is rapidly expanding, says Rossi, CEO of Italy's largest energy company, Enel. Yet the wind turbines that we use are by no means sustainable.
A patient's voice can reveal whether they have the coronavirus. This is in principle an option as a trial in Italy has convincingly shown.
This supercomputer should become the nerve center of the headquarters of what has been called the Leonardo Labs in Genoa, Italy.
In addition to the race against time to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, another race is underway. When will the first quick saliva test be released on the market?
A database with data on 1.3 million stolen art objects is the heart of the first and most important art police in the world.
Almost two years after the disaster with the Morandi viaduct in Genoa, its successor will be inaugurated on Monday. Steel, concrete and smart electronics will ensure that the bridge will continue to e
The first plans for a flood defence date back to the sixties. Today the Venetians take the dam into use. The official opening is in December.
Completely paralyzed, yet able to communicate non-verbally thanks to the power of the imagined movement. That’s what the Italian Liquidweb instrument offers in a tablet […]
Venice is undoubtedly the capital of extreme mass tourism. In order to be able to manage the multitudes, the city is designing an information system […]
As summer approaches more and more cooling systems such as air conditioning will be switched on across Europe. These cause a lot of stress on […]
The cost and risk of failure of traditional drug discovery approaches means people with rare diseases tend to be sidelined by the pharmaceutical industry who […]
RiceHouse is a young company, born in 2016 and based on the decade-long experiences of architect Tiziana Monterisi. Namely in the sustainable construction field and […]
Earthquakes occur around 1500 times each year with a force of more than 5 on the Richter scale. These endanger people’ safety and cause extensive […]
For weeks now in Italy it has been practically impossible to find face masks. Except through the black market. Yesterday the Italian FIOD confiscated 10,000 […]