Giannotti: “Young people study science to be heroes”
A documentary about opinion about the famous director of CERN in Geneva
Rome, 1 February. (askanews) – “I attended classical high school, studied at the conservatory, did dubbing, had a series of activities, in school mathematics two hours a week, physics one hour… very little. And I came to science driven by curiosity”: she states Fabiola Gianotti, the heroine of the documentary dedicated to her ” Fabiola Gianotti. At the beginning of our future “, was presented to the press at Viale Mazzini, produced by Rai Documentari and broadcast on Friday 3 February at 3.20 pm on Rai 3.
“Italy in the first place has a school in general, but the university education in our field is exceptional and is among the best in the world. From my point of view, I see young people from all over the world, and there are few good Italians, “adds the physicist who runs CERN in Geneva since 2016.
“What I would like to say to young people now: I believe that studying science today is also important for young people to satisfy the desire in young people to contribute to solving current problems and challenges; planet, environment, climate, energy and health. Science is a necessary tool, we cannot think of solving the climate problem without the contribution of science. So it must Young people believe that if they decide to study science, science is beautiful, science is useful, but science will also allow them to be champions in facing challenges, ”said the famous Italian scientist.
The film “Fabiola Gianotti. At the origin of our future “-
Written by Chiara Avesani in collaboration with Guido Barluzzetti and directed by Matteo Delboe – traces the life of the world, showing how a thirst for knowledge can change the world and resurrect the most important discovery in physics of the past 50 years: the Higgs boson, the “God particle”.
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