Discover the people, places, and institutions that have built the technical-scientific tradition in Italy and contributed to the realization of decisive turning points in science and culture at the international level. Scientists, academicians, and politicians, together with institutes and research centers, whose history can be reconstructed thanks to a documentary heritage among the richest in the world.
Between scientific successes and opposition to the Regime, the life and activity of an undisputed protagonist of national and international research. The scientist who most influenced the scientific and cultural politics of Italy between the two world wars.
Between politics and culture, the commitment to a political, social and economic redemption of Italy in the aftermath of the Unity. The dream of a "third Rome", after that of the Caesars and that of the popes: that of science.
Looking for a new model of education as a tool for growth for all walks of life. A life in support of the school of all levels and for the development of technical institutes, scientific activity and the contribution that could have led to the life of the country.
Scientist and politician, he places the organization of university research at the center of his commitment, towards an active participation of Italy in the modernization processes.
Ginestra Giovene Amaldi è stata uno dei primi divulgatori scientifici radiofonici e televisivi italiani. Ha scritto e condotto trasmissioni radio-televisive, oltre ad aver scritto numerosi libri in collaborazione con il marito Edoardo Amaldi
Fausto Fumi è stato uno dei maggiori fisici italiani contemporanei. Padre del Metodo dell'ispezione diretta o Teorema di Fumi che permette di calcolare le impurità in un metallo che cambia fase. È stato direttore della Scuola Internazionale di Varenna
One of the universities more; large in Europe by number of students, professors, administrators and administrative staff. Despite the problems deriving from such a mammoth and bureaucratic structure, Sapienza has provided and continues to provide Italy with a large part of the country's ruling class.