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Capitalism, Stem Cells and Graphene: three examples of excellent research in the UK funded by the European Research Council

Date:

04/15/2019


Capitalism, Stem Cells and Graphene: three examples of excellent research in the UK funded by the European Research Council

An event in collaboration with the Italian Embassy of London, the European Research Council and AIS UK.

Welcome greeting by HE Raffaele Trombetta, Italian Ambassador to the UK

The Italian Cultural Institute is delighted to host three promising Italian researchers who will present in details the excellent results of their studies, funded by the European Research Council.

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On the occasion of the Italian Research Day: three talks by ERC winners

Maria Fusaro (University of Exeter): Comparing Early Modern Europe Varieties of Capitalism.

Andrea Ferrari (University of Cambridge): Applications of Graphene and Related Materials.

Paola Bonfanti (The Francis Crick Institute & University College London): Epithelial Stem Cells for Regenerative Medicine.

Information

Date: Monday, April 15, 2019

Time: At 6:00 pm

Entrance : Free


Location:

ICI London

2955