Science, Data, and Shared Knowledge: Look4’s Access to Pavia (25/06/2022)

Science, Data, and Shared Knowledge: Look4’s Access to Pavia (25/06/2022)

How do science, data and knowledge sharing contribute to responding to the needs of people and society? Tuesday, July 28, the fourth stage of looking 4participatory path The Cariploo Foundation For thirty years of activity, you will reach the University of Pavia (In the photo the botanical garden) specifically to highlight such an important area for future construction. And it will do so, as always, with a focus on regions and communities, where the Foundation shares its projects, alternating moments of higher thought with offering experiences, as is now customary in this form which will then experience another moment of shared return, on July 14, in Milan.

In the meantime, we will talk in Pavia about “baking and searching‘, with the world Alberto Sangiovanni VincentelliThe professor at UC Berkeley called for ‘nourishing’ curiosity to learn about the rather intricate pieces of the mosaic. There are global challenges associated with an increasing world population, with inevitable repercussions of human activities on the environment, but there are also specific phenomena, such as demographic collapse. In any case, the fragility of sectors and models in our society requires an urgent rethinking of innovation and development, highlighting, just to give a few examples, the urgency of food and energy policies inspired by more sustainable development models.

Experiences to be offered – alternating with other previously trusted insights Alberto Mantovani from Humanitas University, Mirko LaliCEO and Founder of Data Appeal e Hellas SinaVice-Chancellor of the Third Mission of the University of Pavia – will highlight how scientific research and knowledge sharing can contribute to defining more inclusive, generalizing and sustainable social and economic solutions, supporting decision-making processes and adopting new policies in many strategic sectors for the future of Made in Italy. Of course, also in the energy and environment sector, research can help institutions and companies find new ways to reduce dependence on non-renewable sources to move from a linear economy to a circular and renewable economy. Not least in the health sector, where, as we have seen in the face of the pandemic, advanced knowledge and technologies must be shared like never before and put into a system to ensure prevention and accessible solutions for all. Obviously, in this context, support for independent research also assumes important importance.

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In the afternoon, work continues on building the Participatory Atlas of the Needs of Tomorrow’s Societies, the ultimate goal of this track, with six working groups: Opportunities for Youth; Health: Covid and Long Covid; science and society; research and innovation policies; from the company’s laboratory; Sustainability: circular economy, low-impact agriculture, waste management, food policy.

This day, like the previous three days, is also open to all those who feel an interest and involvement in specific skills or even a slight desire to understand. Here is all the information to share.

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