The Call for Ideas “Beyond the judgement”, launched by Bracco Foundation and USR Lazio and aimed at Italian students aged from 14 to 19, promotes the production of a digital presentation or video through class or group work representing the reflections, knowledge and emotions generated by the topics of the project "Artainment@School".
Bracco Foundation with Fondazione Italiana Accenture, Fondazione Golinelli and UBI Banca, with the scientific contribution of Aiccon and the Milan Polytechnic – Tiresia, have promoted the “Welfare what a business!” Ideas competition to reward and support the best community welfare projects that will be incubated by PoliHub, SocialFare and Campania New Steel.
For World Environment Day, Bracco Foundation is launching the second edition of the Start To Be Circular competition dedicated to circular economy and to entrepreneurial young people. Keywords: sustainability, reuse and innovation. Its goal: to promote the transition towards sustainable growth through entrepreneurial initiatives that have an impact on important stages of the economic-productive cycle.
Bracco Foundation with Fondazione Italiana Accenture and UBI Banca, with the scientific contribution of Aiccon and the Milan Polytechnic – Tiresia, have promoted the “Welfare what a business!” Ideas competition to reward and support the best community welfare projects that will be incubated by PoliHub and Campus GOEL.
In Italy women researchers are only 35% of the total, according to the OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, a very small percentage even if the trend is growing.
ProgettoDiventerò is a multi-year initiative of the Bracco Foundation designed to accompany young talent in their training and professional careers, promoting innovative ways of reinforcing the links between the world of work and study.
The Bracco Foundation, in collaboration with Positive Economy Forum San Patrignano, the incubator Speed MI Up and the investment fund Oltre Venture, launches the first edition of the call for start-ups involved in the circular economy with the aim of promoting the transition towards a circular economy in favour of sustainable growth through innovative business ventures, encouraging entrepreneurship among young people and spreading the positive values of the economy.
NanoInnovation 2016 invites young nanotechnology researchers to present their research activity in an ad-hoc session dedicated to them, supported by the Bracco Foundation.
Here are the names of the winners of the 5° prizes offered by Bracco Foundation, with the collaboration of FENAGIFAR and the Federazione Ordini Farmacisti Italiani, on the 80th anniversary of the discovery of vitamin C.