Workshops & Events
Reflecting its mission to promote a science culture, meetings and workshops are amongst the IBSA Foundation’s core activities. The Foundation organizes periodic workshop and events, each focused on a different subject, that bring together members of the scientific community, academia and regulators
“La Scienza a regola d’arte”: Tony Cragg – Piergiorgio Odifreddi in conversationEvent | Lugano, Switzerland | May 9, 2017
Taking as a basis this quote of the famous contemporary artist Tony Cragg: “I see the art as supplement and expansion of the science”, MASI and IBSA Foundation have inaugurated a series of conversations among representatives of the artistic and scientific field, entitled: “Science state of art”.
The prizegiving of the contest “Bufale in rete: come riconoscerle!”Event | Rome | May 2nd, 2017
Launch the new USI’s (Università della Svizzera Italiana) biomedical sciences faculty in LuganoEvent | Lugano | 24 January 2017
IBSA Foundation is part of the project for the launch of the new USI’s Biomedical Sciences Faculty in Lugano and will sponsor 10 annual renewable scholarships to those students willing to conclude the course of their study with the USI’s Master.
Pasteur for boys and girls, a novel project. Kickoff of a competition on fake information circulated over the internet and how to recognise it.Event | Rome | 21 October 2016
Pasteur for boys and girls is a novel project designed to help young people learn and recognise true science through a proactive and creative approach.
E-health: progress or danger?Workshop | Sapienza University of Rome, Italy | November 18, 2015
Growth and increasing use of the Internet, social networks and mobile technologies have changed the way Italians get health information about health. To discuss these developments, IBSA Foundation promoted a specific workshop.
Activities for children hospitalized at the Lugano Civic Hospital 2013-2015Event | Lugano, Switzerland | May 18, 2015
The Lugano Civic hospital provides educational services to children who need long-term inpatient or outpatient care at this hospital and are unable to attend their usual school. The IBSA Foundation has elected to fund these activities. It started doing so in 2013 by paying for the salary of an educator who teaches hospital children a […]