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On July 22nd, the new Missions Regulation, as approved by the governing bodies and shared with representatives of students and faculty, will come into effect...
The “strange metal” is a state of quantum matter, ubiquitous in modern materials, present above the critical temperature of higher temperature superconductors...
A new study by SISSA shows that Foxg1, the “master gene” of key processes taking place in the developing brain, also finely regulates the biology of certain retrotransposons, or “jumping genes”...
The seminar will take place on 7 June 7 at 11.30, room 128-129. Slava Mukhanov, from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, is the outgoing editor-in-chief of JCAP...
Published in "Astronomy & Astrophysics", the research offers significant support for the so-called "Self-Interacting Dark Matter" theory – an alternative to the standard cosmological model...
The traditional SISSA Sciama Colloquium returns on Wednesday June 12th with a very special guest: Ed Witten, from the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, who will hold a seminar titled "Black Hole Thermodynamics: Then and Now". The event will be held in Aula Magna Paolo Budinich (Via Bonomea, 265) starting from 17:00.
The Boris Dubrovin medal was created in memory of the great mathematician Boris Anatolievich Dubrovin, Professor at SISSA from 1993 to 2019, whose activity in the past forty years was a point of reference for many researchers in the field...
Today, ESA’s Euclid space mission releases five unprecedented new views of the Universe. The never-before-seen images demonstrate Euclid’s ability to unravel the secrets of the cosmos and enable scientists to hunt for rogue planets, use lensed galaxies to study mysterious matter, and explore the evolution of the Universe.
The contribution of SISSA to the initiative and the review was central. Prof. Angelo Rosa served as the coordinator of the EUTOPIA working group "Polymeric and Fibrous Topological Materials"...
A new approach from SISSA for mathematical models that can “recognize” when they make errors
A new SISSA study published in the prestigious journal PNAS has developed a new statistical analysis method to distinguish the absence of cause from causes that generate very small effects.
SISSA opens its doors with an Open Day! On 17 May, starting at 2 p.m., an entire afternoon to discover our university. At our campus in via Bonomea 265, there will be many activities for young and adults...
Today, 17 May, the Urban Center of Trieste hosted the presentation of T-Cube (Trieste Tech Transfer), the digital platform that will represent the virtual component of Trieste Lab Village. This initiative, promoted by the iNEST (Interconnected Nord-Est Innovation Ecosystem) Consortium, funded by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan...
Donating 5xmille does not entail any cost for you, but represents a concrete and personal contribution to a public institute of excellence in research and higher education. From frontier research to clinical applications, SISSA is an open laboratory that aims to have real positive impacts on knowledge and society...
Under the artistic direction of writer Paolo Giordano, the eighth edition will be a six-day programme of meetings, dialogues, experiential events, and a vast focus on scientific books...
Pint of Science is back, for fans of science and beer, and not only. With its ninth edition in Italy, the seventh for the city of Trieste, the event will bring the latest scientific topics to pubs. Three evenings, from Monday 13 to Wednesday 15 May...
8 July 2024 is the deadline for the new funding opportunities allocated by SISSA within the initiatives promoted by the iNEST Consortium. In line with the research and innovation goals of iNEST Spoke 9, led by the School...
A special seminar by prof. Bassem Hassan (Paris Brain Institute, ICM) will take place Thursday, 9 May at 15:00 in Aula Magna Budinich, SISSA.
After three years of dedicated research and collaborative efforts, the eFlows4HPC project has successfully delivered a comprehensive workflow platform for European HPC
Sandro left an indelible mark on our institution, dedicating almost 28 years to the academic and professional growth of his students and colleagues. His kindness, passion for research and commitment to imparting knowledge will continue to inspire future generations of scholars...