9 November 2021

3D printing nanoresonators: towards miniaturized and multifunctional sensors

An article published by the Nature Communications journal illustrates the innovative approach to the realization of increasingly performing sensors by researchers from the Politecnico di Torino and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

4 November 2021

A sustainable revolution for drugs, agriculture and food industry of the future: CryForm project starts at the Politecnico di Torino

This European project aims to replace synthetic stabilizing agents in drugs, agricultural and food components with natural, biocompatible and biodegradable crystalline materials to create innovative formulations that are safe, sustainable and more affordable

3 November 2021

Systemic Design as a support to Circular Economy Regional Policies after Covid-19

The Department of Architecture and Design at the Politecnico di Torino was awarded a second phase fund for the Interreg Europe call with the RETRACE project promoting the adoption of a Systemic Approach for the creation of development plans based on “Circular Economy”

25 October 2021

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (AMBEATion) Call: H2020-MSCA-AMBEATion-2020

The partners who have joined in a new EU-funded research project within the call H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions announce the beginning of the international and multisciplinary program: Analog/Mixed Signal Back End Design Automation based on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Techniques (AMBEATion)

20 October 2021

“ALTERNATIVE”: an experimental model to study the effects of pollutants on cardiac tissue

A collaborative project, coordinated by Politecnico di Torino in the framework of the “European Green Deal”, will realise an in vitro model of the cardiac tissue to monitor the toxicity of chemical substabces and drugs, in particular on elderly patients, reducing the need for animal testing

16 September 2021

Global Alliance for Sustainable Energy is formed to take collective action towards the full sustainability of renewable energy

Alliance brings together 17 founding members including utilities and global players in the solar PV and wind value chains, sector associations and innovation partners. Unique in scope and ambition, the new organization is open to likeminded partners, from industry to civil society, academia and end-users. Founding members and external experts to address sustainability challenges of renewable industry in launch event today

15 July 2021

Controlling the emissions from industrial biomass boilers without wasting water

A study has been published by the Politecnico di Torino together with the Universidade de Ribeirão Preto on dry techniques for reducing particulate matter, starting from the case study of Brazil’s sugarcane industry

30 June 2021

MOREandLESS: towards the future of civil supersonic aviation

The International project coordinated by Politecnico di Torino will assess the environmental sustainability of future supersonic civil transport aircraft through an holistic approach

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