Research

Xcycle project is going to start to increase cyclists’ safety in the daily traffic

The Eu funded project Xcycle aims to develop measures to reduce cyclists' fatalities and increase comfort in the interaction with motorised vehicles.

Xcycle project

Highlights

Research event

Rethinking the role of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH): streaming and proceedings

Organized by the University of Bologna in collaboration with the office of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Brussels, the workshop discussed the contribution of SSH in the joint effort of the scientific community towards the interdisciplinarity required by the Horizon 2020 programme.

Published on 06 March 2015

Research conference

Climate change and Coastal Adaptation Day

Costa

Organized by the University of Bologna, a conference to discuss the challenging synergy among research institutes, public authorities and enterprises towards climate-smart development. Registrations are closed.

Published on 11 March 2015

Research event

Biobased Industry - Unibo at Ecomondo 2015

07 Aug
05 Nov

Towards a zero waste food chain: key enabling technologies for the food industry sustainability and waste exploitation in a circular economy perspective

Published on 07 August 2015

Research initiative

Engineering the POlicy-making LIfe CYcle

EPolicy Project

The computational model is called ePolicy, as the European project itself (Engineering the POlicy-making LIfe CYcle). Its goal is to support policy makers during all the phases of a policy development.

Published on 27 January 2015

Research initiative

PhD Programmes in collaboration with China Scholarship Council

Cooperation Agreement between UNIBO and China Scholarship Council concerning PhD Programmes: pre-selection for the admission to UNIBO’s PhD Programmes for graduates from the People's Republic of China (PRC)

Published on 23 December 2014

Research projects

University of Bologna continues archaeology excavations in Iran

Thanks to the renewal of the cooperation agreement between the Department of Cultural Heritage of the University of Bologna and the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the fourth excavation campaign in Tol-e Ajori’s site, near Persepolis, has been carried out.

Published on 12 December 2014