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SISSA colloquium by Yakov Eliashberg on Tuesday 17
“Flexible Mathematics, or… what is the h-principle?” is the title of SISSA new colloquium by Stanford University mathematician Yakov Eliashberg. Eliashberg is a world-renowned expert in the area of symplectic and contact topology....read more
Funds for SISSA innovative molecular technologies
A novel research path for a rare variant of Rett Syndrome might turn into therapy for several other neurological pathologies....read more
Genetic algorithm and machine learning solved a decade puzzle
Glycine is the smallest amino acid. More than a decade ago a new polymorph of glycine was experimentally recorded. The glycine polymorph could not be identified, though, and, up to now, it has been unknown. In a study just published in IUCrJ journal, an international group has solved this...read more
SISSA photo contest is back
Registrations for the “De Rerum Natura – Science in a click” photographic contest organised by SISSA Interdisciplinary Laboratory in partnership with Circolo Fotografico Triestino are now open. There are two themes for the third edition: “The Beauty of Nature and its Laws” and “The Soul...read more
The mechanisms of food recognition and the link with BMI
«It can be considered an instance of ‘embodiment’ in which our brain interacts with our body». This is the comment made by Raffaella Rumiati, neuroscientist at SISSA in Trieste, on the results of research carried out by her group which reveals that the way we process different foods...read more

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The third edition of the National Conference on the Physics of Matter will take place at ICTP-SISSA Miramare Campus from 1 to 5 October. The Conference is organized by CNISM and CNR with the collaboration of SISSA and ICTP.

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Parkinson’s disease and prion diseases are very different from each other as regards both origins and course.

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