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UniSR Communication Team

Thanks to the contribution of the various team members, the UniSR Marketing and Communications Service deals with the multiple communication areas of the University: news scouting, creation of news, audio and video, event organization, website management and institutional social media, drafting and publication of newsletters, support for institutional relations. The Service interacts with all the main stakeholders (students, teachers, technical and administrative staff, research community, territory) in order to support and potential communication (internal and external) of the initiatives related to teaching, research and public engagement.

LATEST ARTICLES

AI-SCoRE: artificial intelligence to calculate the risk of COVID-19

Research

AI-SCoRE: artificial intelligence to calculate the risk of COVID-19

The artificial intelligence project was born from a partnership with UniSR as leader and the collaboration of Microsoft and Nvidia. It will allow to distinguish, already in the early stages of the disease, the patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 who will develop the most serious form of the...

12 Oct, 2020 0 Comments
San Raffaele: the first brain surgery with a robotiscope

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San Raffaele: the first brain surgery with a robotiscope

In recent days at the San Raffaele Research Hospital, a neurosurgical intervention, removal of a brain tumor, with the use of a robotiscope, a digitally controlled robotic device with three-dimensional visualization, was successfully performed for the first time in the world. The operation was...

7 Oct, 2020 0 Comments
Light therapy to cure psychiatric disorders

Research

Light therapy to cure psychiatric disorders

That light affects mood is not new, but that it can have a decisive positive impact in the treatment of patients with psychiatric disorders is extraordinary, especially considering the very solid scientific foundations on which this assumption is based.

5 Oct, 2020 0 Comments
Journey to the Center of the Virus: what SARS-CoV-2 looks like

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Journey to the Center of the Virus: what SARS-CoV-2 looks like

Coronavirus” is a large family of viruses known to cause illness ranging from the common cold to more serious illness such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

30 Sep, 2020 0 Comments

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