03 May 2022

Plenty of algae to study human ciliopathies

The green solution that bubbles in the Chlamy farm, within the “Chlamy” room on the ground floor of Incubator 1 on the Human Technopole campus, is a mixture of water, salts and algae. It is part of a 60+ litre culture of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (later referred as Chlamy), a species of algae that is used […]

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21 April 2022

HT Event – Knowledge Economy and Social Impact

When: Friday 6 May 2022, 10.30-12.30 Where: Aula dei Gruppi parlamentari, Via di Campo Marzio, 78 – Roma Programme The event will focus on the role of science and technology as a driver of social and cultural development and innovation. A high-level panel of experts will share their experiences, together with Economy and Finance Minister, Daniele […]

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19 April 2022

Convenzione Ministries – Human Technopole: Second level consultation open

The Convenzione signed on December 30, 2020 between the Ministries of Economy and Finance, of Health and of University and Research and the Human Technopole Foundation governs the realization at Human Technopole of National Facilities (NFs), which must meet the definition of research infrastructure adopted by the European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI)[1], i.e., […]

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15 April 2022

Life Science, the Italian Way

There are many ways to do something, at least as many as there are cultures. In Italy we have our way: we believe that improving people’s health is an art which need continuous research, passion and attention to details. We know that research is made of small details and that innovation is a dress to […]

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08 April 2022

Understanding the developmental origins of autism using brain organoids

Chromatin remodelling factor CHD8 is frequently mutated in autism spectrum disorder. However, little is known about how and when CHD8 impacts on brain development. A new study by Giuseppe Testa et al. describes for the first time the effects of CHD8 haploinsufficiency on human neurodevelopment at single cell resolution.    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is […]

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