Martin Karplus, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, guest lecturer at Ca' Foscari

On October 24th, 11am, Martin Karplus 2013 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry will give a guest lecture in Aula Baratto at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. This initiative is part of the Nobel’s School project that celebrates the 150th anniversary of the university.

Lost monastery in Jesolo: The bell tower of San Mauro emerges from the excavations

The team of Medieval archaeologists of the Department of Humanities unearthed parts of a religious complex in San Mauro and the foundations of its bell tower.

Social business: video interview to Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus

Muhammad Yunus, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006, held a Lectio Magistralis entitled “A World of Three Zeros: The New Economics of Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Net Carbon Emission” on October 2nd. Professor Carlo Bagnoli has interviewed him.

Nobel in Economics to Nordhaus and Romer

Two Ca' Foscari professors explain how inspirational the two Nobel Prize winners have been and still are to their research and to research at Ca' Foscari.

Dramatic increase of posted workers: A European research project

A research presented last week at Ca’ Foscari shows how posted workers often hide social dumping strategies in 9 EU Member States including Italy.

Angelini: “My research with Nobel Prize winner Gregory Winter”

Alessandro Angelini, researcher in biomolecular engineering at the Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems tells us about the impact of the contribution of Gregory Winter with whom he had the opportunity to collaborate.

Hate speech and big data: The ODyCCEuS project

Social media, the digitization of news and online fora affect significantly how individuals and groups communicate, express and organize themselves. An open discussion between international scholars on “Hate Speech and Big Data: ODYCCEUS conference in Digital History and Digital Humanities”.

An interview with Ca’ Foscari alumna Silvia Vianello in Forbes’ Top 100 most successful Italian women in the world

Ca' Foscari graduate Silvia Vianello was recognized by Forbes Italy as one of the Top 100 most successful Italian women in the world, as a leading Digital expert.



Youcafoscari, the protagonists speak

Interviews and events with international guests, professors and students. The best of Ca' Foscari's YouTube channel.