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Iodine is essential for plants, the discovery opens up new applications to increase agricultural production. The study published by the PlantLab Laboratory of the Sant'Anna Institute of Life Sciences supported by SQM

In a recent research, published in the international journal “Frontiers in Plant Science”, a team of researchers from the PlantLab Laboratory of the Institute of Life Sciences of the Sant'Anna School, in collaboration with the Institute of Clinical Physiology of the CNR of Pisa and with the Institute for the animal production system in the Mediterranean environment of the CNR of Naples, has shown that iodine is also necessary for plants. This is a discovery that opens up new applications for an increase in agricultural production

how to improve EMERGENCY care: SANT’ANNA SCHOOL RESEARCHERS AND COMPANY TIME DEVELOP REC-VISIO 118 REMOTE ASSISTANCE SYSTEM FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Sudden and unexpected events such as heart attacks, heart failure or stroke require recognition of emergencies and immediate support. Awareness...

Building on functional plant genomics for crop improvement: Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences is the Italian partner institution in the EU-funded H2020 CAPITALISE project

Genomic technologies can boost the efficiency of photosynthesis, tailor crops to specific conditions, respond to climate change and increase food...

Mari4_YARD, the new European funded project for a flexible and modular manufacturing in small and medium-sized shipyards, has started

Mari4_YARD is a European funded project focused on the development of user-centric solutions for a flexible and modular manufacturing in small and...

Events

06.05.2021 12:00 to 07.05.2021 18:00

Climate Change Litigation and Human Rights Arguments: Stocktaking and a Look at the Future

Sant’Anna School will host an important workshop on climate change litigation and human rights organized by Mariagrazia Alabrese, in conjunction with the European University Institute (Joanne Scott) and the University of Stirling (Annalisa Savaresi).

Over the course of two days, a pool academic experts and practitioners involved in high profile climate change litigation globally...