03 March 2021

HT AND UniTO: BUILDING LONG-TERM SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION

Joint research projects, access to the cutting-edge equipment and exchange of researchers: these are some of the points mentioned in the Memorandum of Understanding between Human Technopole and the University of Turin. The agreement is co-signed by the Director of Human Technopole Iain Mattaj and the Rector of the University of Turin Stefano Geuna. The two institutes presented the agreement today […]

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18 February 2021

Head of Computational Biology appointed

Andrea Sottoriva, an internationally renowned computational biologist currently the Director of the Centre for Evolution and Cancer at the Institute of Cancer Research in London will lead Human Technopole’s Computational Biology Research Centre. Andrea was selected through an international call and is still active at his current institute, the Institute of Cancer Research in London. […]

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12 February 2021

Our first buildings for experimental labs

The construction works for Human Technopole’s first experimental laboratories have been completed today. The spaces, known as “incubator labs“, are made up of three high-tech prefabricated buildings, which will allow HT scientists to perform their research activities until the completion of the South Building, scheduled for 2026. The three buildings are positioned next to Palazzo […]

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05 February 2021

HT signs agreement with EneaTech

Human Technopole Foundation (HT) and Enea Tech have signed an agreement to jointly develop possible synergies in the field of scientific research and technology transfer. Among the goals of HT, the Italian institute for the life sciences, there is also the promotion of innovation and progress through technology transfer and the creation of strong relations […]

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03 February 2021

New Group Leaders in Structural Biology

The year is off to a good start for our Structural Biology Research Centre, with the arrival of three new Group Leaders following the open recruitment call which opened in April 2020.   Francesca Coscia, an Italian biochemist and Cryo-EM expert currently at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK. Her research focuses on the […]

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