Milan (Italpress) – Three distinguished people of an extraordinary evening: Professor Alberto Mantovani, President of the Humanitas Research Foundation, the Museo del Novecento and Dolce & Gabbana, the prestigious signature of made-in-Italy fashion, together this evening in the prestigious spaces of the same museum, will lead to a discussion ” Between art and science” (and style). “I thank the Municipality of Milan and the Museo del Novecento – says Professor Alberto Mantovani, President of the Humanitas Research Foundation – for allowing us to organize the evening in this wonderful place, I also thank Dolce & Gabbana for the support and of course the people who joined. This evening’s event brings together three elements, in perfect harmony With each other: music, visual arts, and science. In fact, the immune system can be likened to an orchestra whose orchestral scores, all the instruments, and all the notes we do not yet know. However, every time, thanks to the progress of research, we become familiar with the scores, the orchestral scores and the instruments Musical, we have been able to improve the lives of patients and we want to continue in this direction. Place: A museum that represents Milan in the history of art and innovation of the twentieth century, which includes prestigious works such as those of Boccioni, an artist very dear to me, a hymn to speed and technology, which also symbolizes the revolution in Medicine thanks to technology and speed that must be put at the service of patients or Lucio Fontana, the “scientific” mind interested in physics and the study of time and who symbolizes the curiosity that must always guide scientific research. Finally, I can only thank people for their generosity, which is demonstrated in the activities of institutions, such as the Human Rights Foundation, which are fundamental to meeting the challenges that science will present to us today and in the future.” (ITALPRESS).
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