MEMORIES, IDEAS, PERSPECTIVES
Founded in 1782 with the aim of promoting the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of Italian scientific culture, the Academy is the only scientific academy with a national character that has been in continuous operation since its founding. Today it is based in Rome at the Villa Torlonia.
The Academy operates through the expertise and synergistic action of its Members who ensure a permanent link with the university and research system, in Italy and abroad.
The activity of cultural elaboration in the scientific and historical-scientific fields is inextricably linked to the initiatives of preservation and enhancement of the library and documentary heritage.
The commitment to promote the most current scientific knowledge in a popular key is intended to make a contribution to the construction of an accomplished scientific citizenship, for the full inclusion of science in the common culture.
Conferences, lectures, highly specialized technical-scientific seminars and popular meetings promoted and organized by the Academy.
COLLOQUIA DEI XL
The monthly meeting with Academy members and personalities from the scientific world for a reflection on science and society.
QUARANTASCIENZA. SCIENZIATI ON-LINE
A series of popular lectures on a topical scientific issue that is launched annually.
CASTELPORZIANO OPEN LABORATORY
Sharing with the public the results of research that has been conducted for more than two decades at the Castelporziano Presidential Estate.
Periodically, the Academy awards Medals to scientists from different disciplinary fields who by works or discoveries have made contributions to the advancement of scientific knowledge.
All issues of the periodical Memorie e Rendiconti di Chimica, Fisica, Matematica e Scienze Naturali and volumes of the Scritti e Documenti Series available online.
The collaboration of non-professional citizens in the collection of data and production of information to support the work of researchers.
HISTORY OF SCIENCE STUDIES AND HISTORICAL SOURCE ENHANCEMENT
Programs for in-depth historiographical studies and enhancement of contributions of members between the 1700s and 1800s.
Watch the online events in live streaming from the Academic Library headquarters.