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The latest news on the initiatives and activities implemented and promoted by Sardegna Ricerche, its partners and the Technology Park tenants felt to be of interest to international users. For a more complete list of news items, please visit the Italian version of this website.
Event title19.03.2014 - Open Data Day in Cagliari: A short outline of what took place
On Saturday 22 February 2014 in Cagliari, simultaneously with 17 other Italian cities and more than 100 others worldwide, the International Open Data Day was held.
Scientist holding a molecular model20.01.2014 - Research in Italy: low investments, excellent results
A British study tells us that despite having the lowest R&D investment, Italy boasts good results, especially in terms of start-ups and spin-off compared to investments.
Disabled parking place20.01.2014 - SPeeD project - Technology helping people with disabilities
SPeeD is a project by Liberologico which aims to help individuals with disabilities plan their trips by giving them information on the occupancy status of parking areas.
WinePix logo03.01.2014 - WinePix, biometrics applied to the wine experience
How does one get from biometrics to a wine app? Matteo Sanna, a 31-year old electronic engineer, tells us about SANE Biometrics and its latest product, WinePix.
Sardinian handicrafts09.12.2013 - The first catalogue of natural and green products from Sardinia
Sardinia's first catalogue of natural and green products, a brainchild of Sardegna Ricerche, was presented on 5 November 2013, in Baradili.
Startupper02.11.2013 - Business ideas take front stage at Startup System 2013
On Friday 11 October in Pula (CA), the "Startup System 2013" conference and pitching event hosted the 17 startup teams that participated in the second call of the Programme "Aid for innovative startups" promoted by Sardegna Ricerche.
DNA07.08.2013 - Sardinian DNA study sheds light on the Age of Homo Sapiens
A study on the Sardinian population has shown that the islanders display most of the Y chromosome variants found in Europe and that the origins of Homo Sapiens are to be traced to about 200,000 years ago, 50,000 years earlier than stated in most previous studies.
Idea, prototype, product01.08.2013 - The makers' world: from marshmallows to 3D printers
3D printing, digital fabrication, open source, internet of things, crowdfunding are the keywords of the makers'world. A world anyone can access, from kids building marshmallow-shooting cannons to university students who do programming using Arduino.
Woman uses a virtual screen05.07.2013 - InsulaR launched in Cagliari
Let's welcome the birth of InsulaR in Cagliari: a community of users and supporters of R, an open-source software for performing statistical analyses.
Laboratory instruments10.06.2013 - Two new summer schools organised by Porto Conte Ricerche
With the financial support of Sardegna Ricerche, Porto Conte Ricerche is organising two summer schools in Alghero, at the local branch of the Technology Park.
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