H-Farm is one of the most important incubators of innovative start-ups in Europe, but who are the role models of its founder? And what is his vision for the future professions? A lecture by Professor Riccardo Donadon
What are the ideals of the founder of H-Farm, one of the most important incubators of innovative start-ups in Europe? And his vision on the professions of tomorrow? A lecture by Professor Riccardo Donadon
Since the year 2000, more than two million surgical operations have been carried out with the use of robotic arms. Developments in robotics applied to medicine are ongoing and will revolutionise the sector, although the intervention of humans will always be required
They are the cornerstone of Italy’s National Plan, and lie at the heart of the European strategy for economic innovation. Numbering 12 so far, they represent an attempt to bridge the gap between companies and universities.
At the young age of 27, he launched Airbnb, challenging the cliché never to trust strangers, and winning the title of “dad” of sharing economy. What about the future of work and of the company? It all comes down to trusting others
At the age of almost 70 years, the visionary founder of Virgin Records, a 5 billion dollar empire, has absolutely no intention of retiring. And continues his investments. What is the next goal? A revolution in the food industry.
: If engaging in creative activities can reduce anxiety, stress and mood disorders, then these same activities can become a great way to reduce welfare costs while improving our quality of life. This is what cultural welfare is all about.
All he smelled for months after he recovered was cooked cabbage. With the help of a number of professionals, he developed a tool to help patients regain their sense of smell and correct sensory deficits.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.