EVENTS

IBSA Foundation organizes regular meetings, debates and events that aim to bring subjects of major scientific relevance to the attention of the public, making them instantly more understandable.

These initiatives go beyond the classic conference format and focus attention on subjects that have a significant impact also on our everyday life, making a contribution to the attempt to understand what the world will be like tomorrow and what scientific research and its applications hold for us in the future.

The events organized by IBSA Foundation always envisage the active participation of the audience, which in some cases plays a leading role.

NEXT EVENTS

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NEXT EVENTS

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“La Scienza a regola d’Arte”: a conversation between Andrea Galvani and James Beacham

The meeting between the German photographer Thomas Struth and the American physicist James Beachem, which was held on 18 October in the hall of the LAC in Lugano, offered the opportunity to weave together the experiences, pathways and visions of...

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PAST EVENTS

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Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence: humanity in the digital age

The workshop "Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence" held on Tuesday, May 21, at 18:30 at the Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia of Milan.

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Theo Jansen for the first time in Lugano

IBSA Foundation hosted the Dutch artist Theo Jansen for the first time in Lugano and is sponsoring its exhibition “Dream Beasts” in Milan.

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Let’s Science: scientific meetings in Lugano

Let’s Science!, the creative project promoted by IBSA Foundation in collaboration with DECS, the Department of Education, Culture and Sport of the Canton of Ticino, designed to converse with the...

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“La Scienza a regola d’Arte”: a conversation between James Beacham and Thomas Struth

The meeting between the German photographer Thomas Struth and the American physicist James Beachem, which was held on 18 October in the hall of the LAC in Lugano, offered the...

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Workshop: The Male Diet

The meeting organized by the IBSA Foundation in collaboration with Lucilla Titta, from IEO, provided the opportunity to show how men are becoming more and more aware of the importance...

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“La Scienza a regola d’Arte”: a conversation between Armin Linke and Paolo Cortini

The photographer-researcher Armin Linke, a dedicated scholar of the discourse around the Anthropocene, engaged in a conversation with geologist Paolo Cortini, an expert in naturalistic expeditions, who for years has...

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Let’s Science! Comics, meetings and insights in Milan

On January 10th, Let's Science! was inaugurated in Milan. This creative project was created by the IBSA Foundation and designed to converse with the city, institutions and the media on the...

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“La Scienza a regola d’Arte”: Wolfang Laib and Silvia Bencivelli in conversation

Simplicity is the form of true greatness, an unconscious greatness that has become nature. This is also the philosophy of the German artist Wolfgang Laib, who uses natural materials, such...

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India according to Federico and Costanza Rampini

On Friday, 24 November, the journalist and writer Federico Rampini met with his daughter Costanza, an environmental scientist who lived in India for several years, at the LAC in Lugano...

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“La Scienza a regola d’Arte”: Tony Cragg and Piergiorgio Odifreddi in conversation

Taking as a basis this quote by famous contemporary artist Tony Cragg: “I see art as supplement and expansion of science”, the MASI and IBSA Foundations have launched a series...

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The prizegiving of the contest “Bufale in rete: come riconoscerle!”

As part of the #BastaBufale (#StopHoaxes) meeting organized by the Chamber of Deputies, the prizegiving of the winning classes of the contest “Bufale in rete: come riconoscerle!” (“Hoaxes on the web: how...

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E- Health between hoaxes and the truth: the two sides of online health

IBSA Foundation has organised a conference entitled: “E- Health between hoaxes and the truth: the two sides of online health”. At the basis of this meeting between experts, scholars, the...

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“Bufale in rete: come riconoscerle!”: the contest to recognize fake news

I Ragazzi di Pasteur is a novel project designed to help young people learn and recognize true science through a proactive and creative approach. The project is for middle-school and...

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E-health: progress or danger?

Internet and social networks have changed the way Italians get health information and influence each other about health. To discuss these developments with scholars and experts, including representatives from Italy’s...

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The human brain and social media: how are individuals changing?

IBSA Foundation decided to promote together with Milan Cattolica University a meeting, bringing together social media experts and scholars to discuss the impact these technologies have on our lives and...

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NEWS

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The importance of spreading scientific knowledge

These days our world is full of misconceptions. Think of flat earthers, for example. If phenomena like this occur, if there is no longer any difference between science and science...
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Cancer prevention through diet and lifestyle

During the LET’S SCIENCE! event held on November 17, 2018, the nutritionist Lucilla Titta, the scientist Adriana Albini and the oncologist Maria Cristina Marini took part in a round table, moderated...
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State-of-the-art science: making invisible things visible

On 18 October 2018 the photographer Thomas Struth and the physicist James Beacham had a conversation at the LAC in Lugano that touched on a series of important issues: the...
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