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ORTUMANNU: FERTILIZER BACTERIA TO IMPROVE PRODUCTION

Replacing chemical fertilizers with microorganisms and bacteria that can promote plant growth even during periods of water stress, improving soil functions and agricultural production. This is the result of the Ortumannu project, in which CRS4 participated together with the University of Cagliari, Mutah University (Jordan) and Enea, which aims to counter soil depletion and to…

Silvia Gervasoni won the CRS4 "Young Female Researchers 2022" award

The CRS4 Prize "Young Female Researchers 2022", for the enhancement of the scientific talent of young women, was awarded to Silvia Gervasoni, graduate in pharmaceutical biotechnology and with a PhD in pharmaceutical science. Currently Dr Gervasoni carries out her research at the University of Cagliari. The competition is part of the activities of the Gender…

The CRS4 advisory board grows with further high-profile professionals

The CRS4 advisory board is now enriched by two new high-profile professionals: astrophysicist Marta Burgay and journalist Flavia Giacobbe. The committee, which was set up in February 2021 to provide assistance, support and advice to the management of the research centre, thus reaches 10 members. The Sole Administrator of CRS4, Giacomo Cao, said: "Two experts…

CRS4 ANNOUNCES THE "YOUNG FEMALE RESEARCHERS 2022" AWARD

CRS4, the Centre for Research, Development and Advanced Studies in Sardinia, in order to promote paths to ensure gender equality in the world of scientific research, including through the valorisation of talented young women scientists, announces an award for young female researchers whose scientific activities or dissertations have dealt with topics related to the following…

InterHealth2022 Scientific School. Satellite event: "Iniziative internazionali per la condivisione di dati clinici e biomedici"

As part of the scientific school  InterHealth2022 - Interoperability in healthcare: approaches and perspectives to preserve the semantics of clinical data and improve their quality, a satellite event open to the public will be held on Monday 10 October: "Iniziative internazionali per la condivisione di dati clinici e biomedici". The event, organised by CRS4 in…

Presentation of the results of the Tessuto Digitale Metropolitano (TDM) project

On Sept. 28, at the Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, an event will be held to present the results of the Tessuto Digitale Metropolitano project. The project, funded by Sardegna Ricerche under Action 1.2.2 of the POR FESR 2014-2020, is developed in collaboration with the University of Cagliari. The TDM project (2017-2022) has developed new smart…

Digital portal to encourage interaction among components of the space science community was presented in Cagliari today

The first meeting of the Italian Space Agency's (ASI) Virtual District, organized with the support of CRS4 and DASS (Aerospace District of Sardinia), was held today at the conference room of the Cagliari INAF-OAC Astronomical Observatory. The meeting, which will be replicated in Rome, Milan and Trieste, aimed to inform companies interested or involved in…

A smart sprayer bar for dosing pesticides in the field

Crs4 researchers are developing a prototype of a 'smart' sprayer bar to be used in particular on rice and wheat. Drones, minicomputers and micro-cameras can help limit the use of pesticides in the fields, especially in cereal crops.   The project, an example of precision agriculture, uses artificial intelligence algorithms  to dose and distribute the…

CRS4 is a founding member of the National Supercomputing Center

CRS4 is a founding member of the 'National Center for High Performance Computing, Big data and Quantum computing.' The National Center is composed of 51 public and private partners from scientific research and industry, and will be funded with 320 million euros from Next Generation EU funds under the Education and Research Mission of the…

From paediatric pathology to cardiovascular and neoplastic diseases in adults: gene mapping for personalised medicine and prevention

The LIFEMAP project - 'From paediatric pathology to cardiovascular and neoplastic diseases in adults: gene mapping for personalised medicine and prevention', submitted on the Traiettoria 3 of the Piano Operativo Salute (POS), ranked second out of 18 eligible for funding and will receive a contribution of EUR 5 million. IRCCS Ospedale G. Gaslini is the…