Keynote speaker: Didier Queloz

Didier Queloz, Nobel prize winner in Physics 2019 for his work on exoplanets, will be a featured speaker for ESOF2020 and the Science in the City Festival


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Keynote speaker: Iain Mattaj

A highly distinguished scientist in the field of RNA biology, the director of the Human Technopole is the first announced keynote speaker for ESOF2020.


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Big Data in Healthcare: the future is now

The use of big data and increasingly accurate analytical tools in the medical field could help improve patient care and treatment, reduce costs associated with health services, predict and prevent epidemic phenomena. Big data have changed and will change even more in the future many areas of health and medicine: from diagnostics to care to the management of health services. The insights gained from this huge amount of information, in health care can help researchers to gain a deeper understanding of the phenomena in order to improve the results of clinical trials, increase the productivity of health workers and improve the effectiveness of the practices themselves.

On these topics we interviewed Russ B. Altman, professor of bioengineering, genetics, medicine, and biomedical data science (and of computer science, by courtesy) and past chairman of the bioengineering department at Stanford University.

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Towards a mathematical model of the cardiac function

Interview with Alfio Quarteroni

The understanding of the cardiac function and its fundamental role in the vital processes of so many living systems has always been a fascinating subject for scholars of every time. In a very sketchy overview of the western civilization…

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Genome Editing and precision medicine: promise and potential

Interview with Serena Zacchigna

CRISPR is a genome editing technique providing a way to allow targeted alterations in the DNA sequence, using proteins normally present in bacteria. This technique is proving to be fundamental in biomedicine as it is making it possible to investigate…

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