10 December 2020

Prof. Vannini on AlphaFold

What potential does artificial intelligence hold for structural biologists to understand the structure of proteins? Prof. Alessandro Vannini, Head of our Structural Biology Research Centre spoke with Radio 3 Scienze and La Stampa to discuss the latest DeepMind developments, the AlphaFold software and its impact for structural biology. Listen to the podcast https://bit.ly/3m3gANq and read […]

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26 November 2020
The Women Technology World Series

Women in Technology World Series

This year Human Technopole is among the supporters of the Women In Technology World Series virtual conference, one of the largest global events dedicated to promoting female participation in the tech and digital world. Attendees will be able to visit our virtual booth and speak with members of our IT staff to learn more about […]

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16 November 2020

Leaders of Genomics Research Centre announced

Milan, 11 November 2020 – Human Technopole, Italy’s new research centre for life sciences, has announced the leadership of the Genomics Research Centre with the appointment of Nicole Soranzo and Piero Carninci as Heads of the Centre. The joint appointment represents the strategic approach of the Institute to develop dual research programmes in Population and […]

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26 October 2020

Project Score database: a resource that will help designing the next generation of anti-cancer drugs

A new paper published by Nuclear Acids Research and co-authored by Francesco Iorio, Group Leader at the Centre for Computational Biology, describes the creation of Project Score: a web portal enabling users to estimate the potential of each gene as a therapeutic target of future anti-cancer drugs. Project Score, created and maintained by the group of Mathew Garnett at […]

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19 October 2020

From HT five million euro for young researchers

A programme to make Human Technopole resources and infrastructure available to young researchers at the start of their career, to support them in the development of their scientific activity in Italy. This is the aim of the ECF Programme published today by Human Technopole, the Italian institute for life sciences, organised in collaboration with the […]

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