B.Sc. Miriam Saleh won the University project "Women ambassadors of Science"

Miriam Saleh, a doctoral student at our labs, won the University of Milano-Bicocca’s “Ambassadors of Science” orientation project. This project aims to offer high school first two-year classes the opportunity to “adopt a female scientist,” that is, the shadowing of female doctoral students from the University Milano Bicocca in STEM fields, in a series of meetings where female scientists talk about their experience, research and career prospects. The meetings may

Regione Lombardia approved a project with the partnership of Lambda

The project “Luci e ombre al Castello Visconteo di Pavia: Avvio del recupero della corte interna (architettura, affreschi, lapidario) per una rinnovata fruizione”, proposed by the municipality of Pavia, won the announcement by Regione Lombardia “Piano Lombardia 2021-22: Bando per l’assegnazione di contributi per la valorizzazione del patrimonio pubblico lombardo a fini culturali: innovazione e sostenibilità”. The Lambda group will join the research with non invasive in situ spectroscopic analyses on fresco

BIPAC '22 Annual Workshop "L’ecosistema Patrimonio Culturale"

The role of Cultural Heritage research on economical, social and environmental sustainability is nowadays a well-studied subject. The BiPAC Workshop ’22 presents the Cultural Heritage research as a consolidated ecosystem, in respect of the Law statements and the conservation and preservation needs. A complex group of heterogeneous entities that, cooperating, found a specific role in the society. Access:  The seats are limited. Please subscribe by filling out the form: https://forms.gle/R556Qh1z9STrTTrQ9

"Nel Quarto Stato". A book on the campaign of the painting by Giuseppe Pelizza da Volpedo

A new study on the “Quarto Stato” painting by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, exposed in Milan at the Museo del Novecento is the subject of the book “Nel Quarto Stato. Indagine interdisciplinare sull’opera di Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo” (Nomosis Editore), edited by Rita Capurro, Anna Galli (Lambda Laboratory) and Gregorio Taccola. The publication is one of the results of Mobartech project, sponsored by Regione Lombardia (PON FESR funds). The Lambda