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Università di Torino

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University of Turin is an Italian University established in Turin in 1404. The educational offer consists of 152 undergraduate and master’s degree courses with over 75,000 enrolled students. In the last Research Quality Assessment exercise the University of Turin ranked 3rd among the major Italian universities for research quality and 1st for Public Engagement in Italy.

The University of Turin is part of ELIXIR Italy and is strongly committed to the development of bioinformatics and modeling of biological systems with the contribution of the following Departments and Interdepartmental Centers:

Department of Molecular Biotechnology and Health Sciences
Molecular Biotechnology Center
Computer Science Department
Competence Centre for Scientific Computing (C3S)
Department of Medical Sciences
Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology

The University of Turin is part of ELIXIR Italy and is strongly committed to the development of bioinformatics and modeling of biological systems with the contribution of the following Departments and Interdepartmental Centers:

Department of Molecular Biotechnology and Health Sciences
Molecular Biotechnology Center
Computer Science Department
Competence Centre for Scientific Computing (C3S)
Department of Medical Sciences
Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology

 

Contact

General Assemply Members
Raffaele A Calogero – raffaele.calogero@unito.it
Local Tecnical Coordinator
Marco Beccuti – beccuti@di.unito.it
Raffaele A Calogero – raffaele.calogero@unito.it

European Researchers’ Night 2020

The European Researchers’ Night returns simultaneously across Europe on Friday 27 November 2020. Turin welcomes with particular joy the return to the city of the European event, with Sharper

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