Covid-19 has been spreading through the Middle East, where it’s also negatively affecting the already tense religious and political situation, as well as international relations in general. We talked about this delicate situation with Dr Toby Matthiesen, Marie Curie Global Fellowship recipient at Ca' Foscari.
According to a study coauthored by a group of scientists belonging to Politecnico di Milano, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, University of Zurich, EPFL Lausanne, and Università di Padova, the measures implemented by the Italian government have reduced the contagion transmission by 45%.
From April 8th, researchers will have a chance to apply for a Marie Curie Fellowship, a life-changing experience and an incredibile carreer opportunity. Find out why Ca’ Foscari is among the most sought-after host institutions in Europe.
Thanks to an antiviral molecule of plant origin, both long-lasting and non-toxic to humans, Ca' Foscari and Delphinus Biotech have developed a disinfectant that can eliminate bacteria and viruses, while also providing active protection for several days.
A research group at Ca’ Foscari, led by Claudia Crestini, has discovered and patented a method that transforms lignin into a commodity based on high value-added materials.
Between Venice and Sweden, professor Vomiero supervises a team of scientists in the search for structured nanocomposites for the production of renewable energy.
One of the oldest Anatolian weapons in the world was just recently discovered by a PhD student of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice inside the Mekhitarist Monastery on the Saint Lazarus Island. Now a team of researchers is trying to shed light on the incredible journey of this mysterious sword.
Ca’ Foscari is the only research institution in Italy to be selected for the “Marie Skłodowska-Curie - COFUND” project, a prestigious grant that will help the university hire 15 expert researchers from all over the world to tackle important global challenges.
A new ERC grant recipient is about to join Ca’ Foscari’s faculty: Joseph E. Sanzo will be giving its precious contribution to the study of both Mediterranean magic and Jewish-Christian relations during late antiquity. Did Brexit influence his decision to change institutions?