The new edition of “Scienza a Seveso” is currently being implemented in collaboration with the Lombardy Environment Foundation, Euresis and the Don Mezzera Association. Until Sunday, at the headquarters of the Lombardy Environmental Foundation in Seveso, the exhibition “In oculis Facta. The Role of Images in Scientific Knowledge” will be studied and researched. The role played by images in scientific knowledge will be studied and researched. The exhibition is divided into two parts: the universe from the microcosm to the macrocosm – with some extraordinary images ranging from elusive elementary particles to cosmic scales – and the complexity of the human body , from the secrets of individual cells to the most advanced biomedical imaging techniques.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 3:30 pm until 6:30 pm. On Friday at 9pm, a meeting entitled “Look away, even gravity plays” is scheduled with Davide Maino from the Department of Physics at the University of Milan. “Science in Seveso – says Fabrizio Picarolo, Director of the Lombardy Environment Foundation – represents a fundamental stage in our educational and training activity, which certainly looks to schools and younger generations, but also to all citizens and compatriots interested in the issues we promote.”
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