ThereResearchers’ night‘of the Irccs Neuromed of Pozzilli (Is) has taken on over the years for an important role and also this year the European Research Night has renewed the dialogue between science and citizens. As in the past, the 2022 edition also focused on young people and schools. “Yesterday the International Symposium on Digital Imaging Diagnosticswhich represented an opportunity to present the Euro-BioImaging European networkof which the Digital Imaging Multimodal Platform (Dimp), coordinated by the Department of Innovation in Neuromed Physics and Engineering, is part “. Irccs Neuromed of Pozzilli (Is) underlines this in a note. of Esfri Euro-BioImaging, Dr. Linda Chaabane, Head of the biomedical area of the Network, and exponents of the scientific world, universities and institutions.
At the center of the symposium are the applications and the future of new digital diagnostic technologies, the frontiers that are opening up for the increasingly early diagnosis of diseases. But also the opportunity that the Euro-BioImaging network represents for European researchers. “A network – said Chaabane – of 149 Centers that make their technologies available. Often the instruments can require large investments, perhaps not within the reach of all laboratories. With Euro-BioImaging researchers from different countries and disciplines can use technologies that they may not have in their own structures. And the network also facilitates them by supporting them to travel to the chosen center “.
“The keywords of this European network – he explained Nicola D’Ascenzo, Head of the Department of Innovation in Engineering and Physicswho moderated the meeting – are interaction and cross-disciplinarity. They are ideas, but they are also real ‘tools’, available to researchers to broaden their horizons. And they are also words that speak of dreams, of perspectives that science is bringing not only to professionals, but to all citizens. This is why the presentation of Euro-BioImaging as part of the Neuromed European Researchers’ Night represents an important step in the dialogue between science and citizens “.
“The message that comes to us from our participation in this prestigious network – he commented Emilia Belfiore, Head of Research and Development of Neuromed – is that research has no boundaries. But I’m not just talking about geographical borders, which can be crossed by young scholars to take advantage of opportunities otherwise difficult to have. They are also the boundaries of the sector, those that divide the different disciplines, which can be crossed to design the science of the coming years “.
The young people present in the room were therefore able to have a complete panorama of a scientific reality in continuous evolution. But the Researchers’ Night has always been a time to ask broader questions. “To young people – he commented Luigi Frati, scientific director of Irccs Neuromed – I would like to say something very simple: knowing, studying, engaging is not just about building your career: it is a way of entering the complexity of the world, a complexity never to be feared, but to embrace “.
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