Che fine hanno fatto le c.d. “Cattedre Giulio Natta”? Mi riferisco al Fondo per il reclutamento eccezionale di professori universitari eccellenti, incluso nella Legge di Stabilitá 2016 e annunciato da […]
The independent experts’ evaluation report on the EU’s 7th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation has just been made publicly available of the European website (http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?pg=newsalert&year=2015&na=na-191115). In the report a […]
If it wasn’t that same Friday 13 November 2015 that will be remembered for the Paris killings, I might say that it has been a pleasure and a joy to […]
I report here some excerpts from a brilliant post appeared on Stefan Popenici’s blog. It questions the role of academies and the European tradition of public intellectuals in the face […]
“Since the beginning of the euro crisis, Europe became part of the moral problem, not part of the solution. This migration crisis adds a little bit more to the loss […]
I recently had the lovely opportunity to discuss with Marloes van Amerom about the possibilities and risks of digitization of government data. From the very first punch card and Babbage’s […]
“Therein resides uncertainty. The innovation which succeeds is the one which comes to master it by choosing good speakers”
A new article by Rob Hoppe and me – “Birth of a Failure” is now out on Administration and Society!
My new article “Developing the Vectorial Glance” is now out on Science, Technology and Human Values!
It is eventually online the “Writings” section, where most articles I have written since early 2000s are archived.