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ITALIAN RESEARCH DAY IN THE WORLD 2024: INTERVIEWS WITH YOUNG ITALIAN RESEARCHERS IN SINGAPORE

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of Rita Levi Montalcini (04/22/1909), Nobel Prize laureate in Medicine in 1986, April 22 marks the Day of Italian Research in the World.

The Embassy of Italy in Singapore contributes to highlight the importance of this day, aware of the contribution that Italian research offers not only at the national level but also internationally. This is also possible thanks to the network of scientific attachés working in close contact with the many Italian researchers abroad.

Singapore, as an advanced country in science and research, recognizes the importance of the international nature of research in this day; there are more than 100 Italian researchers in Singapore working in universities and research institutes and contributing to the technological and social development of the City-State.

Among them are four bright young Italian scientists working in different fields who were interviewed for the Italian Research Day in the World  2024, by the Embassy’s Scientific Attaché, Nicola Bianchi:

Michele Rodda, Senior Researcher at NParks and curator of exhibitions at Botanical Art Gallery (watch the interview)

Martina Pocchiari, Assistant Professor at NUS and expert in digital marketing and social networks (watch the interview)

Gianmarco Mengaldo, Assistant Professor at NUS and expert in mathematical engineering and machine learning (watch the interview)

Serenella Tolomeo, Senior Researcher at at A*STAR and expert in Neuroscience and Neuroimaging (watch the interview)