First observation of nutation in magnetic materials

Nature Physics has presented the work of the team led by physicist Stefano Bonetti, professor at  Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Stockholm University. The new discovery is fundamental to make digital technologies ever faster, compact and energetically efficient.

The new post-COVID world: from finance to football

A team of 53 economists has explored past experiences and possible recovery scenarios in various fields of economics, business and finance, creating in just a few weeks the first book on the post-COVID world,  published by Edizioni Ca’ Foscari and downloadable for free online.

Scientists set up camp at 4100 meters to save the "ice memory"

On Monday September 14, a team of Italian and Swiss scientists reached the Corbassier glacier, on the Grand Combin massif, setting up camp at 4.100 meters, to extract three ice cores and deliver two of them to the dedicated ‘ice sanctuary’ that will be set up in Antarctica by the Ice Memory international programme.

Producing healthy and sustainable fish with precision aquaculture

This challenge involves 21 universities and companies from Europe, Canada, China and the United States, coordinated by Roberto Pastres, professor of Ecology at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics at Ca' Foscari.

Science for Peace and Security, the Ca’ Foscari/NATO project

The project was conceived by Andrea Gambaro, professor of Analytical Chemistry at Ca’ Foscari, with colleagues Ketevan Kupatadze (Ilia State University, Georgia) and David Ebert (Oklahoma University, United States) and is entitled "Network for alerting and managing public safety and resilience”, in short REACT.

Covid-19: 'soft' measures can avoid second peak

Masks and physical distancing can effectively replace the lockdown, averting a second wave of the epidemic, in Lombardy as in London, as shown in a study conducted by Italian economists Dario Palumbo of Ca' Foscari University and Salvatore Lattanzio of the University of Cambridge. 

Kidney transplant, the cost of accounting for patients' preferences

Taking into account patients’ preferences can help speed up the organ allocation process and improve the life quality of the recipients, as shown by a joint study conducted by Ca’ Foscari University and the University of Padua.

The Monastery of San Zaccaria: a story of strong women in the Middle Ages

A study by Anna Maria Rapetti, Professor of Medieval History and of the History of the Medieval Church at Ca’ Foscari University, reveals the driving role of the female component of medieval monasticism, not only in the religious and spiritual sphere, but also in the social and political sphere.

The historical legacies of the EU's Free Movement of Persons

On June 15th, the European Union officially reopened its inner borders, effectively lifting the travel restrictions put in place to contain the spread of Covid-19. The Schengen Agreement, considered as the most advanced accomplishment of European integration, is now back in force.