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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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Seminar Prof. W. Grochala – Florence 19/12/2022

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Monday 19th December 2022 at 15.00. Lecture Room 2, Building F, Florence CNR Research Area, Sesto Fiorentino (FI). Prof. Wojciech Grochala, Center of New Technologies, University of Warsaw, Poland. Title: “Ag fluorides as a replacement for Cu oxides towards high–TC superconductivity”. FLYER

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VertiGrow

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Title: Vertical Farming: Development of a prototype to produce high value horticultural crops enriched by bioactive molecules. ICCOM Principal Investigator: Gianna Reginato. Project Type: National. Duration: 01/12/2021 – 30/11/2023. Abstract: VertiGrow (funded by Progetti@CNR scheme) aims i) to apply high efficiency LEDs to drive the production of secondary metabolites (SM) in plants by manipulating the […]

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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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BRIGHT NIGHT 2022 – The Colours of Energy – Florence, 30/09/2022

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CNR-ICCOM Firenze participates in the 2022 edition of BRIGHT NIGHT with a demonstration stand in Piazza S.S. Annunciata in Florence, on 30/09/2022 starting at 5.00 pm. CNR-ICCOM researchers will talk about the important role of Chemistry in the development of new photovoltaic technologies that will allow for alternatives to traditional photovoltaics. Solar cells with dyes […]

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CNR-ICCOM coordinates the Horizon Europe Project “FRESH” Formate for Renewable Energy Storage

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CNR-ICCOM has been awarded and coordinates the European research project “Formate for Renewable Energy Storage” (FRESH), funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe through the European Executive Agency for Climate, Infrastructure and Environment (CINEA). The project is coordinated by Dr. Hamish A. Miller, researcher at ICCOM Sesto Fiorentino site. The project, lasting three years […]

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FRESH

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Title: Formate for Renewable Energy Storage. ICCOM Principal Investigator: Hamish Andrew Miller. Project Type: International. Duration: 01/07/2022 – 30/06/2025. Website: http://www.iccom.cnr.it/horizon-eu-fresh/

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Use of steel slag as catalyst for artificial photosynthesis

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A team of CNR-ICCOM researchers from the Bari (Caterina Fusco) and Sesto Fiorentino sites (Werner Oberhauser), in collaboration with colleagues from the Chemistry Department of the University of Bari Michele Casiello, Pasquale Pisani, with Antonio Monopoli, Angelo Nacci and Lucia D’Accolti (ICCOM associates), of CNR-NANOTEC site in Bari (Firenza Fanelli) and the Research and Development […]

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The 2022 SCI Research Award in Organic Chemistry for the Environment, Energy and Nanosciences assigned to Dr. A. Mordini

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Dr. Alessandro Mordini, Research Director at CNR-ICCOM at Sesto Fiorentino, received the Research Award 2002 from the Organic Chemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society: Organic Chemistry for Environment, Energy and Nanosciences. “The prestigious award is a tribute from the Division to reasearchers who, in different phases of their careers and in different areas of […]

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CNR-NRF Bilateral Project

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Title: Dye-sensitized photoelectrochemical cells for sustainable artificial photosynthetic processes. ICCOM Principal Investigator: Lorenzo Zani. Project Type: International. Duration: 01/01/2022 – 31/12/2023.

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