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The conference will continue to address other critical issues dear to the 2003 group such as scientific research, environmental transformation, agriculture and the relationship between nutrition and health. 2003 group head, Maria Pia Abraccio, will report on how public funding for scientific research in Italy is changing: new tools, public-private partnerships, and the essential role of human capital, affecting the Italian research ecosystem. Two files will also be presented: In the first, 2003 group experts define a type of green and biodiversity-compatible agriculture (edited by Franco Miglita, Marco Bindi, Paola Bonfanti, Sandro Fozzi, Piero Genovese, Bruno Mezzetti, Dario Papale, Riccardo Valentini). The second file deals with the question of choosing a diet that, according to experts, is able to slow the deterioration of immune function, strengthen resistance to infections, and respond to chronic inflammation. Mauro Serafini, Nicola Bellomo, Mario Clerici, Daniel Del Rio, Kieran M Tohi, Paolo Venez).
Greetings from the official authorities.
Roberto AntonelliPresident of the Accademia dei Lincei
Maria Cristina MesaMinister of Research and University
Lectio magistralis– “Humanity’s Challenges and Science Beacons” – Giorgio BaresiThe National Academy of Linse, University of La Sapienza, Nobel Prize in Physics 2021
Lectio magistralisFrom photochemistry to molecular machines Vincenzo BalzaniUniversity of Bologna, UNESCO-Russia Mendeleev Prize for Basic Sciences
The Research and University System in the New Italian Landscape, Reflections of the Reform, Maria Pia AbraccioGroup President 2003
The future of agriculture and environmental transformation, by the Agriculture and Environment Team 2003 (Franco Miglita, Marco Bindi, Paola Bonfanti, Sandro Fozzi, Piero Genovese, Bruno Mezzetti, Dario Papale, Riccardo Valentini)
The new challenges of prevention: functional nutrition and the immune system, by the Nutrition and Immunology team (Mauro Serafini, Nicola Bellomo, Mario Clerici, Daniel Del Rio, Kieran M Tohi, Paolo Venez)
Discussion and conclusions: moderate Luca Cara
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