The Italian American Medical Awards (IAMA) will host the 2021 awards event at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum on Thursday, October 14th, 2021, beginning at 5:00pm. The ceremony will award fourteen total recipients (see the list below) across four awards, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, who will receive IAMA’s highest honor this year: The Ital...

The Etruscan civilization, which flourished during the Iron Age in central Italy, has intrigued scholars for millennia. With remarkable metallurgical skills and a now-extinct, non-Indo-European language, the Etruscans stood out from their contemporary neighbors, leading to intense debate from the likes of the ancient Greek historian Herodotus on th...

Have you ever heard of the story of Lorenzo’s oil? It’s a story about the unconditional love in an Italo-American family and the strong will to fight a terrible illness, together. Lorenzo Odone was born in 1978 in Washington, and was diagnosed at a very young age with Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), a rare disease caused by the damage of the myelin, wh...

Italy can hardly stop proving itself this year. While knows that Italy is the undisputed ruler of music and sports in 2021, there’s another sector now defined by Italian success — a sector that’s more surprising. Today, according to research from the European Center for Digital Competitiveness (ECDC), our traditional tech laggard now looks to be a...

With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, countless study abroad programs were cancelled or postponed for the safety of its students. Recently, however, some programs got to resume as early as this past summer. Madelyn Spano, a third-year biochemistry student from San Angelo, was one of 24 students picked from the United States to attend the Doctors in It...

Sometimes it happens that I find out about the story of a person who personifies exactly the message that We the Italians has been representing for 10 years now: when Italy and the United States come together, the result is wonderful. Other times I have the pleasure of interviewing people who embody one or more positive symbols of Italy. Still othe...

Italian forests have increases in size and their capacity to absorb CO2, a report out Wednesday said. In the last 10 years, said the Carabinieri's national inventory on forest carbon reservoirs, the national wooded surface area has risen by around 587,000 hectares to a total of some 11 million hectares. The forest biomass is up 18.4% in that time,...

On Italy's Ligurian coast, biologists and environmentalists are working to tackle the effects of climate change in the Mediterranean with help from a so-called "Smart Bay". Marine biologists fear the Mediterranean is becoming hotter and more acidic, which would affect the habitat of many native species and also lead to violent changes in weather sy...

Born in Rome in 1948, Giorgio Parisi joins the Clarivate Citation Laureates as one of the most cited scholars in the world in scientific publications. The prestigious listing is considered the equivalent of a ‘nomination’ for the Nobel Prize and he received the recognition for “the revolutionary discoveries relating to quantum chromodynamics and th...

The first Italian physicist has made the 'Nobel hunters' list of the Clarivate Citation Laureates classifiation, sources said Wednesday. Giorgio Parisi, 73, is president of the class of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences of the prestigious Accademia dei Lincei. He is a lecturer in theoretical physics at Rome's La Sapienza University and as...