June 8, 2023, will see the presentation in Rome of the Travel Diaries of Angelo Secchi, a distinguished member of the Academy, a multifaceted figure and one of the most interesting of the Italian nineteenth century, who has been widely remembered in recent years with a dense program of initiatives
The meeting organized by the Academy in honor of Prof. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Lighthouses in the Universe: celebrating Jocelyn Bell's discovery of the Pulsars, will be held on May 31, 2023. Prof. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who will take part in the meeting with a lecture of her own, is a
On 24 May 2023, the Academy inaugurates the 241st Academic Year since its foundation. For the occasion, the new member Prof. Elena Cattaneo, Professor of the University of Milan and Senator for Life, will give the inaugural address on the theme "Huntington, between evolution and disease".
A welcome to the newly
This year also the entire territory of the metropolitan city of Rome, between 28 April and 1 May, will be involved in the City Nature Challenge, an international competition to document biodiversity and spread the culture of environmental protection, with the coordination of the Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze detta dei
On March 29, the Academy will host the conference "Non-equilibrium processes and laser-chemistry: from biospheres to the cosmos" at the Library of the National Academy of Sciences called off the XL. The conference's topics concern different sectors of specialization of the modern physical chemistry, mainly methodologies that use not only
Dopo 255 anni uno dei primi Quaranta fondatori dell'Accademia è riconosciuto socio dell'American Philosophical Society
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31 maggio 2023
Lighthouses in the Universe:
Celebrating Jocelyn Bell’s discovery of the Pulsars
24 maggio 2023
Inaugurazione del 241°Anno Accademico
18 maggio 2023
Colloquia dei XL – Giuseppe Scarascia Mugnozza
La Biocittà: una possibile risposta ai cambiamenti climatici in ambiente urbano
27 aprile 2023
Colloquia dei XL – Ferdinando Auricchio
La stampa 3D: una tecnologia abilitante e affascinante
On March 21, the Stockholm Water Prize was awarded to Andrea Rinaldo, for his studies on river networks to reduce inequalities thanks to a more equitable distribution of water.
The fellow Cecilia Saccone presents her book "Il codice dei viventi", published by Rubettino Editore during the pandemic. A scientist who has dedicated her life to Molecular Biology, at first
Throughout the twentieth century, life science research was guided by the reductionist paradigm. The success of omics technologies, which was the most recent and disruptive approach, has led to touch
The UNESCO-Russia Mendeleev International Prize for Basic Sciences goes to Professor Vincenzo Balzani of the University of Bologna
The Prize was awarded in recognition of the achievements in the Chemical Sciences and for its commitment to promoting international collaboration, scientific culture and the need for sustainable development. Vincenzo