The third edition of Let’s Science! Lugano - the creative science project promoted by IBSA Foundation and DECS - concluded its third edition this year.
Accordig to a study published in the scientific journal ACS Nano, music may provide an unexpected help in the “deciphering” of proteins.
The fifth meeting in the State-of-the-art Science series, a product of the collaboration between the MASI, the Art Museum of the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, and IBSA Foundation for [...]
Museums act as true and proper hubs of knowledge, encouraging dialogue between cultures and inviting visitors to co-create, share and interact.
“Without imagination we wouldn’t be alive: the task of an artist is to stimulate peoples’ imagination”. Theo Jansen inaugurated the “Dream Beasts” exhibition in Milan with this sentence which [...]
IBSA Foundation hosted the Dutch artist Theo Jansen for the first time in Lugano and is sponsoring its exhibition “Dream Beasts” in Milan.
The neuroscientist Yukiyasu Kamitani and the French artist Pierre Huyghe used a kind of artificial intelligence software capable of “reading” and visually decoding our brain waves to build [...]
How can you explain the lifecycle of flowers to a three-year old girl and make her understand that the cycle is continuous and never-ending?
A team of researchers of the European Synchrotron, in Grenoble, managed to unveil the technique used by Rembrandt to create his famous and beautiful three-dimensional effect.