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Science in motion. Einstein Telescope a resource for progress and development.

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Live streaming from the EXMA Conference Room, 12 November 2023 starting at 10 am The abandoned mines of Sos Enattos, in central Sardinia, are the ideal place to host the large underground gravitational wave detector, which will allow us to have access to the most remote messages of the universe. The topic is developed by Alessandro Cardini, Director of INFN Cagliari, Maria Teresa Melis, geologist, University of Cagliari, Pia Astone, physicist, INFN Rome, Domenico D’Urso, representing the University of Sassari, Giorgio Querzoli, Manager Legambiente Sardinia Scientific Committee. Moderated by Matteo Serra, scientific journalist, INFN Cagliari

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Call for Proposal 2024

The XVII edition of the Cagliari FestivalScienza is coming! If you are passionate about science, art and culture, don’t miss the opportunity to participate: send

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In memory of Ettorina Montisci

We bid farewell with regret and affectionate friendship to our dear Ettorina Montisci, one of the founding members of ScienzaSocietàScienza and already a member, for several mandates, of the board of directors of our association.

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Happy Holidays from the Cagliari FestivalScienza

In this festive period, we want to thank you for following us, supporting us with interest and participating in the Cagliari FestivalScienza. We wish you to spend peaceful and joyful days, waiting to meet again in the new year with many new things and surprises. Happy Holidays from all the staff!

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