Human Technopole is offering up to 18 fully funded PhD fellowships to young scientists from the national and international community who wish to undertake a doctoral degree in Computational Biology, Genomics, Neurogenomics and Structural Biology. We encourage applications from highly motivated graduates with outstanding academic qualifications. Successful candidates will join research groups headed by top-level […]
Today CNR President Maria Chiara Carrozza visited Human Technopole headquarters together with a delegation of department and institute directors of the National Research Council. HT Director Iain Mattaj and HT President Marco Simoni were joined at the meeting by representatives of the institute’s research areas who gave President Carrozza a tour of Human Technopole’s first […]
Titan Krios, Spectra, Glacios, Talos and Aquilos: these are the highly evocative names of the cryo-electron microscopes which Human Technopole has installed in its first major facility. These instruments are unique in Italy and among the most advanced in the world. Compared to more traditional electron microscopes they magnify at a much higher resolution, allowing […]
We are excited to introduce five new Group Leaders who will be joining Human Technopole’s Genomics and Neurogenomics Research Centres in the coming months. GENOMICS Blagoje Soskic is a Serbian immunologist and geneticist, currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Wellcome Sanger Institute in Cambridge, UK. Blagoje’s group uses a wide range of immunological and genomic […]
This week Human Technopole reaches an important milestone: our first 100 employees have been recruited! In a little over a year we have grown from a staff of less than 30 people to 100, and counting. Our numbers continue to increase with new colleagues joining us every week from all over the world. Our employees […]
A ceremony to re-name the first three streets of MIND – Milano Innovation District took place today marking an important milestone in the district’s project to celebrate and give visibility to lesser known or forgotten innovators. The famous Decumano of the universal Exposition will officially become “Viale Decumano” and the area surrounding the Tree of […]
Human Technopole plays an active role in communicating science effectively.
Our outreach activity kicked off while the construction of our laboratories was still ongoing. The development of our scientific activity will allow us to share HT’s works through communication campaigns, events, initiatives and dissemination activities aimed at a large and diverse audience: children, students, teachers and citizens from all walks of life.
The Human Technopole Foundation is pleased to invite you to a series of events to discuss science, innovation and society. In line with its mission, Human Technopole organises meetings, initiatives and activities aimed at promoting scientific dissemination to reinforce the message that science is a public good. Each ‘HT presents’ will take the cue from the recent publication of […]
Once again, Human Technopole takes part in MIND Education activities now in their fourth edition and organised together with MIND partners. Activities for elementary, middle and high school students as well as a Call4Ideas dedicated to universities to bring young people closer to the world of science, research and innovation.
Scientific and social research together for Science for All: how scientific research can improve the journey of life, a project curated by Fondazione G. Feltrinelli, with Human Technopole and Arexpo to strengthen the link between citizenship and sustainable, concrete, equitable and accessible development aimed at improving our quality of life.