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Flying magnets, a journey between literature and science – Florence 17/12/2022

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As part of the agreement between the Galileo Museum and CNR-ICCOM, the event “Flying magnets, a journey between literature and science” will be presented on Saturday 17 December 2022 from 11.00 am. The laboratory is a part of the Museo Galileo events named “DALLA CONOSCENZA ALLA PRATICA SCIENTIFICA – percorsi laboratoriali sul saper fare” (from knowledge to […]

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Coloriamo l’Energia – Florence 03/12/2022

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Also this year, Museo Galileo, in collaboration with the Institute of Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds (ICCOM) of the National Research Council (CNR) re-proposed  an appointment with “Coloriamo L’energia” on 3rd December 2022 at 11.00 am: a laboratory to trace the history of energy from the production of electric charges with the first electrostatic machines to […]

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IUPAC Day “The heritage of Alessandro Volta” – Como 24/10/2022

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Within the framework of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD), the Italian National Commission for IUPAC is organizing an one-day hybrid conference focused on electrochemistry and mainly directed to students and civic society in Italy. Thanks to the lectures of our colleagues Proff. Arbizzani, Fabbrizzi and Bella, the occasion will be […]

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Workshop in Memory of Doriana Scittarelli – Ferrara 09/09/2022

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The Department of Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Agricultural Sciences of the University of Ferrara and the whole University have decided to organize a day within the doctoral school to remember Dr. Doriana Scittarelli, a young first-year PhD student in Chemical Sciences of the University of Ferrara and former CNR-ICCOM fellow, recently passed away. The Workshop will […]

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Dr. M. Peruzzini awarded the Ziegler Natta Lecture 2021

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Dr. Maurizio Peruzzini, former Director of CNR-ICCOM and DSCTM-CNR, has been awarded the prestigious Karl Ziegler Giulio Natta Lecture 2021, following the prize conferred by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh). The seminar, entitled: “From white to black phosphorus, a journey of an inorganic chemist between the allotropes of a bewildering element” was held online on […]

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Coloriamo l’Energia – Florence 30/04/2022

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The Galileo Museum,  in collaboration with the Institute of Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds (ICCOM) of the National Research Council (CNR) re-proposes, after the “sold out” of December 2021, a new appointment with “Coloriamo L’energia” for Saturday 30 April 2022 at 11.00 am: a laboratory to trace the history of energy from the production of electric […]

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Global Women’s Breakfast 16/02/2022

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The Global Women Breakfast (GWB) is a successful yearly IUPAC initiative, held in conjunction with the U.N. Day of Women and Girls in Science, aimed at establishing an active network of both women and men to overcome the barriers to gender equality in science. Women and men from all types of science organizations come together […]

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Coloriamo l’Energia – Florence 12/12/2021

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Museo Galileo,  in collaboration with the Institute of Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds (ICCOM) of the National Research Council (CNR), proposes on Sunday 12 December at 11.00 am “Coloriamo l’energia”, a laboratory that aims to trace the history of energy from the production of electrical charges thanks to the first electrostatic machines to modern photovoltaic cells. […]

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CECAM Workshop “Nonequilibrium dynamical solvent effects on excited states: from spectroscopy to photoreactivity” 14-17 June 2021

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CECAM (Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire) will organize the workshop “Nonequilibrium dynamical solvent effects on excited states: from spectroscopy to photoreactivity” that will take place as virtual event from 14th to 17th June 2021. Dr. Fabrizio Santoro and Dr. Giacomo Prampolini, CNR-ICCOM Pisa researchers, will co-organize the event. The solvent relaxation response to […]

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