Eventi / 19.03.2019
The exhibition “Life as a scientist” presents the faces and the competences of some of the greatest Italian women scientists, protagonists of the “100 women against stereotypes” project that was created to highlight female expertise in sectors still perceived as male dominated.
The Platform of Action with which the UN fourth world Congress on women in Peking in 1995 ended recognised the Women and Media area as one of the 12 strategic sectors for improving the condition of women and the progress of equal opportunity. But, 20 years on, national and international research shows that we are still a long way from the Peking objectives.
The Felder Award, launched by the Bracco Foundation on 25 February 2019, is an international call worth one million euros that has the aim of bringing back to Italy a talented young Italian researcher.
Eventi / 19.03.2019
Eventi / 25 september 2018
News / April 2019
Open until 02 May 2019
Invitation to file candidacies for the position of researcher in the biomedical field with focus on the microfluidic intensification of pharmaceutical processes.Discover more
Open until 23 April 2019
NanoInnovation 2019 invites young nanotechnology researchers to present their research activity in an ad-hoc session dedicated to them, supported by the Bracco Foundation.Discover more
Open until 31 October 2016
From March the 2016 competition is open for the eight scholarships that Bracco Foundation and Bracco Imaging traditionally offer to university students resident in the five municipalities surrounding the Cesano Maderno production site (Bovisio Masciago, Ceriano Laghetto, Cesano Maderno, Cogliate, Solaro).Discover more
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