Press releases

All the press releases are available in Italian.

16 June 2021

How much will temperature change in Europe? Study finds that it depends on the North Atlantic currents

A study titled “Future climate change shaped by inter-model differences in Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation response” led by researchers at Politecnico di Torino and the National Research Council of Italy compared 30 climate models, finding that the North Atlantic currents represent one of the major sources of uncertainty for predictions of climate change over Europe. Continued observational campaigns over the North Atlantic will help improve the predictions made by these models and reduce the uncertainties

8 June 2021

Producing fuel from C02 with zero impact

The Royal Society of Chemistry has awarded an international research, in which Polytechnic took part, that studies how to imitate plants to produce fuels

1 June 2021

Innovative technologies to develop cancer and virus bio-markers

Politecnico di Torino’s ANFIBIO project will develop a set of technologies and advanced sensors to detect and quantify cancer and viral bio-markers in bodily fluids, making simpler, faster and more economical the diagnosis of many diseases

13 April 2021

Combining mask wearing, social distancing suppresses COVID-19 virus spread

Network model findings could shape public health policy for airborne viruses

29 January 2021

The H2020 project of the European University Alliance Unite! officially launched

Politecnico di Torino and the other 6 partner Universities to develop a joint Research & Innovation agenda in synergy with their Education dimension contributing to the European Research Area together with the European Education Area

15 January 2021

For the first time in the world cardiologists in Turin exploit Artificial Intelligence to define post heart attack strategy

A study by the University Cardiology Department of the “Città della Salute” (Turin’s Health and Science Centre), carried out with researchers from UniTo and PoliTo, to create a new system for classifying the risk of future events in patients after a heart attack, has been published in the journal The Lancet. A technique that will bring about a veritable revolution and statistically reduce the possibility of an incorrect diagnosis. This result reinforces the choice of Turin as the headquarters of the Italian Institute for Artificial Intelligence