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Researchers hold out little hope that the next government will improve their underfunded research system.
Government takes back reserves amassed by the Italian Institute of Technology. “This is the largest investment in competitive funds for basic research of the last 20 years,” says Elena Cattaneo.
Statistical study of how names are geographically distributed suggests fewer professors are hiring relatives after 2010 clampdown.
Alfredo Fusco denies claims that his research lab hired a photo studio to manipulate images.
Verdict follows conviction of deputy for advice given ahead of L’Aquila earthquake
Italian virologist-turned-politician Ilaria Capua has thrown in the towel. After 3 years in politics, she is leaving Italy and going back to science, frustrated by what she says is an antiscientific attitude among fellow politicians.
Document submitted to the Italian Senate criticizes institute that will oversee a €1.5-billion project.
Carlo Doglioni aims to concentrate on science, leaving trial and corruption allegations behind
Many Italians have refused to take part in the country’s research assessment exercise. Alberto Baccini and Giuseppe De Nicolao consider the protest’s impact
Researchers welcome new money but worry it won't be well spent
Researchers gathered at Sapienza University of Rome last week to discuss the cuts in Italy's research budget.
Massimo Inguscio will take over from engineer Luigi Nicolais as president of Italy's largest research organization.
Italy will be implementing ORCID on a national scale. 70 universities and 4 research centers will initially participate in the consortium.
Steep budget cuts could push Italian universities and research centers beyond the point of no return, an academic body warned yesterday.