100% Italian companies, which develop biomedical tools, or diagnostic electromedical devices, not only survive in a global market, but thrive and represent Italian excellence and innovation in the world and in particular, for example in the USA.

Don’t miss the fourth edition of the Italian Perspective series. This year, Science and Culture: An Italian Perspective will include four plenary lectures focusing on different intersections between Italian art and culture and scientific thought and discoveries, including anatomy, mathematics, geometry, and more. Aimed at a general audience and cha...

Fino a una manciata di anni fa, l’arrivo in America, per uno scienziato italiano, rappresentava, nonostante la nostra illustre storia medica e scientifica, un traguardo difficilmente raggiungibile e ricco di ostacoli. Così, con l’intenzione di agevolare questo percorso e di esporre giovani ricercatori italiani all’ambiente più influente sul panoram...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 | 6:30-8:30pm. The Italian Cultural Institute, 601 Van Ness Ave, Suite F (Opera Plaza), San Francisco, CA. Organized in collaboration with the San Francisco Leonardo da Vinci Society. Free Admission | RSVP Required. Join Massimo Paltrinieri and discover how Leonardo's inventions are driving AI development today! Artificia...

Scampia, Secondigliano, San Giovanni a Teduccio. L’istituto tecnico Fermi, il carcere e la Federico II. Cosa hanno in comune? La multinazionale Cisco. Che ormai da tempo ha deciso di investire su Napoli, anzi sul capitale umano napoletano. «Perché qui abbiamo trovato bellezza ma soprattutto competenze. Il nostro ceo, Chuck Robbins, è rimasto affasc...

Ci sono due italiani fra i 35 giovani innovatori under 35 che ogni anno, dal 1999, la rivista di tecnologia del Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mit Technology Review, seleziona come i più promettenti in tutta Europa. La prima si chiama Francesca Santoro, ha 32 anni e lavora nel centro dell'Istituto Italiano di tecnologia a Napoli ed è stata...

America has always appreciated the creativity, ingenuity and manual skills of the Italians. These are qualities that have allowed many Italians to emigrate to the US, work hard, prove their skills, find their way, be successful. It has happened in every field, and the person we host today on We the Italians is a living example of this. Alberto Zamp...

When the world was created, Slayer was playing. In his studio in northern New Jersey, Massimo Gammacurta, a photographer and candy artist from Rome, listened to hardcore music and worked over pots of boiling liquids at a small stove in his basement studio. He was working on the lollipop globe that would grace Sunday’s cover of The New York Times Ma...

For years, Roger Marino was solidly ensconced in Forbes magazine’s list of the 400 richest Americans, with an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion. Marino, who grew up in a triple-decker on North Avenue in Revere, has a fortune that’s still in the high hundreds of millions. To say the 79-year-old retired engineer/business executive has led a fascina...

The racetrack is the birthplace of new technology for the automobile and motorcycle world, hence the catch-phrase: “Race on Sunday; sell on Monday.” Now, thanks to a collaboration with hybrid cloud data services and data management company NetApp Inc., legendary Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati Motor Holding SpA is taking the popular saying l...