Telling the scientific discoveries, the future and the possible ethical and social changes linked to the development of exponential technologies: this is the goal of Impactscool’s Contributors. The articles, the news and the insights of our collaborators tell the innovations of today and the possible scenarios of tomorrow, in a fascinating journey between future projections, curiosities and questions still unanswered.
Graduated in Publishing and Journalism at the University of Verona and journalist since 2014, he deals with the press and communication activities of Impactscool, also taking care of the blog contents, their dissemination and sharing.
A sports enthusiast, he also collaborates with a Verona radio, for which he is the conductor and speaker of a program dedicated to local football.
Last post by Thomas Ducato
Italy boasts a national, public, accessible and efficient health system,...read more
The vaccine that melts in your mouth Research published in...read more
Closed until April 3rd. The suspension of the teaching activity...read more
According to the World Economic Forum, by 2025 the working...read more
Co-founder and CEO of Impactscool, Cristina is a successful entrepreneur, a populizer, a social entrepreneur and an active citizen with the aim to impact society positively. Through education and ethical reflection about possible futures Impactscool is willing to give students, citizens and organizations, the tools to responsibly shape the most desirable future for society and individuals. Thanks to the work done with Impactscool and to her previous experiences Cristina has been invited as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum (2019-2024).
Last post by Cristina Pozzi
A great honor, but above all a responsibility. Certainly, it...read more
Who do you want to be when you grow up?...read more
The guidelines drafted by the European Commission’s group of high-level...read more
Emanuel Kant, in his reflection on sensitive knowledge, identified during...read more
Andrea is the Chairman of Impactscool.
After working in management consulting, in 2006 he created Wish Days, known above all for the Emozione3 gift boxes. In April 2016, he sold the company to the Smartbox group with a millionaire exit. In 2017, together with Cristina Pozzi, already a partner in Wish Days, he founded Impactscool.
He is advisor of dozens of technological initiatives and business angels of numerous startups in Italy and in the world. He was co-founder and first president of the political group 10 Volte Meglio.
Finally, he is the author of the essay best seller on Amazon "Come far fallire una startup ed essere fellici" - How to make a startup fail and be happy, published by Bompiani.
Last post by Andrea Dusi
I believe each of you has played Monopoly at least...read more
Let’s cultivate hope. We live in an unprecedented period of...read more
While in Italy the political controversy rages, among those who...read more
A few days ago, the editor-in-chief of our magazine, Thomas...read more
Graduated in Communication Studies and with a Master in Communication of Science taken at the SISSA of Trieste, he understood that in his life science and communication are two fixed points.
Passionate about everything related to space and exploration, he explored these issues working for MediaINAF and through the Facebook “Missione Scienza” page, looking for a narrative approach to science communication.
Amateur photographer and videomaker, reader and gamer.
Last post by Alberto Laratro
Capsule and rocket are ready vertically on the 39A ramp...read more
Chiara Boni is Content Creator for Impactscool. Enrolled in the Order of Journalists of Lombardy, she is a journalist for the local magazine Pantheon Verona Network, for which she deals with female initiative and current affairs.
Last post by Chiara Boni
Every year the report published by the Reuters Institute analyzes...read more
According to the UN, women earn 57 percent of all...read more
After Barcelona and Moscow, LumiDolls, the infamous brand of sex...read more
Launched in orbit for the first time in 1990, the...read more
Journalist and correspondent for newspapers and magazines, press office experiences and external relations in finance and in Confindustria. Today he deals with communication for large and small businesses, professionals and start-ups. As a trainer, he helps entrepreneurs and managers to communicate better with the media and the markets.
Curious about everything, he travels as much as he can (he would like to be the little man of Google Maps), he reads and writes for passion, he is a runner and a triathlete, a diver instructor, and a sports pilot. He can no longer become an eighteenth-century explorer, so it’s good for him to get up every day in the future.
Last post by Stefano Tenedini
“The only uncertainty is how long we will last. We...read more
Traveling is beautiful, it opens the mind and prepares us...read more
There is not only space, with the sci-fi hypotheses of...read more
Three years ago, these days, the Nobel Prize for Literature...read more
Maria Pia Catalani has a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies and in Pharmaceutical Quality Control. She has a Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences and has done research for over ten years even though her love for science was born a long time ago.
She loves music, a passion that also cultivates writing in two online magazines, and to travel (better if with a backpack).
Last post by Maria Pia Catalani
Forget the stereotype of the scientist in a white coat,...read more
Despite the undeniable progress we made in the medical field,...read more
Luca Tiraboschi is Ambassador and Contributor of Impactscool. He worked for many years in Marketing and Services and now he collaborates with omnichannel projects for a major consumer electronics retail. Always keen on innovation, Luca loves to investigate the future, trying to bring out the opportunities and risks associated with the infinite possibilities that technologies give to us.
Last post by Luca Tiraboschi
Technologies’ advancement is helping with social inequalities in the world...read more
Our contributor Luca Tiraboschi interviewed Johnny Dotti, pedagogist and professor...read more
Exponential technologies are revolutionizing our lives. Their impact is further...read more
Modern technology promises to extend the life span of human...read more
Simone Arcagni is Associate Professor at the University of Palermo. He also teaches at IULM in Milan and at the Scuola Holden in Turin. He studies cinema, media, new media and new technologies, collaborates with "Nòva - Il Sole 24Ore", "Film TV", "Segnocinema", "Agora". He has his own blog (Postcinema) on the site «Nòva100.ilsole24ore». He founded and directs the scientific journal "ES Journal: Inside New Media and Digital Technologies" and is curator of Digita !, an international digital content market. Among his publications, Oltre il cinema (Turin 2010) and Screen City (Rome 2012). For Einaudi he published Digital Visions (Torino 2016) and L'Occhio della macchina (Torino 2018).
Last post by Simone Arcagni
“The machine’s mind came in the form of a sad...read more
If there is a place in the world where we...read more
Alessandra De Carlo deals with coaching and development of leadership and talent of individuals and teams within national and multinational companies, profit and non-profit organizations, in Italy and abroad.
After 15 years as a manager of multinational companies in the media and telecommunications sector, she decided to combine her passion for technology, communication and management with that for the person and its realization, in all its expressions, aware and unaware. From this union and from international studies in coaching and psychodynamics, her new professional challenge.
Last post by Alessandra De Carlo
A team of researchers at the University of Zurich identified...read more
Among the most profound social changes triggered by this fourth...read more
Matteo Serra is a physicist and communicator of science. He works at the Bruno Kessler Foundation in Trento, where he is responsible for the communication project "Citizens for science". He writes about science (especially physics) for "Le Scienze", "la Repubblica", "PLaNCK!", "FBK Magazine" and other national newspapers.
Last post by Matteo Serra
At the beginning of August, the national media gave some...read more
In 1929 the American astronomer Edwin Hubble made a discovery...read more
A few days ago, the researchers of LIGO and Virgo,...read more
The times when Enrico Fermi and his “Boys of Via...read more
Alessandro Zampini is a journalist, musician, author and copywriter and Impactscool’s Contibutor since its foundation. In his articles Alessandro investigates the signals and predictions of the future hidden in the media, in popular narratives and in science fiction, to try to understand which futures are achievable, which have already been realized, and which, however, are still very far from reality.
Last post by Alessandro Zampini
The stories have been a part of human life for...read more
Altered Carbon, Netflix’s new sci-fi series, brings us into a...read more
Degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and PhD in Neurophysiology, qualifications obtained at the University of Bologna. At the end of 2009, he moved to Bristol, where he finished his doctorate under the supervision of Prof. Giorgio Aicardi and Prof. Zafar Bashir. In 2012, he became a postdoctoral researcher for 3 years in the laboratory of Prof. Andrew Randall and worked on the electrophysiological correlates of dementia at the level of the single nerve cell. Following this experience, he obtained a 3-year Junior Fellowship, delivered by the Alzheimer's Society. In September 2017, the University of Reading offers Francesco a professorship as assistant professor in Pharmacology. In recent years, it has established a collaboration with the University of San Marino and the Social Security Institute, which aims, together with the team of Dr Susanna Guttmann, to develop electroencephalography as an early, economic and non-invasive diagnostic system for the Alzheimer's disease.
Last post by Francesco Tamagnini
Memory and learning are key functions of the brain, which...read more
Mattia is a researcher at the Technical University of Vienna where he is completing his PhD in physics. He worked at CERN and is still working on it within the EU-funded EASITrain project. Passionate about literature, sport and good wine, he hopes one day to be able to return to taste them in his own land, Calabria.
Last post by Mattia Ortino
“Camerlengo, up there… the antimatter… Look, Rome is safe!”. Angels...read more
Superconductors are among the materials that will revolutionize our future...read more
Tommaso Spezzacatena, born in Turin in 1997, attended the V. Alfieri high school and is currently attending the 3rd year of Economics and Commerce in Turin. Always passionate about innovation, future and especially Robotics topic, Tommaso is working with a local newspaper in Turin focused on startups and new technologies themes.
He has been working with Impactscool for one year and he has officially become Future Activist since May 2018.
His dream is that one day technology can offer the same opportunities to everyone.
Last post by Tommaso Spezzacatena
The CES (Consumer Electronics Show), a global technology fair that...read more
The use of the hybrid engine in the world of...read more
According to a CipherTrace study, carried out on the 20...read more
The car sector now seems determined to undertake a path...read more
Pietro Crovari graduated in Computer Engineering in Genoa, where he continued with the Master's Degree. After 4 months at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta for Research Intern, he currently works as a Research Fellow at the Milan Polytechnic.
He has worked for four years at the Genoa Science Festival where he fell in love with the world of Scientific Disclosure. He loves two things in life: his studies and the chance to spread his knowledge. Enthusiastic, incurable optimist, he faces every day with a smile and the desire to learn something new!
Last post by Pietro Crovari
It was 2010 when a DVD rental company, called Netflix,...read more
Google Maps is based on a very simple but incredibly...read more
Recently Google presented the Stadia project, wanting to pave the...read more
What do have in common the assembly of the bedside...read more
Eleonora Cogo is Senior Scientific Manager at the Climate Simulation and Prediction division in Bologna. As a member of the Italian delegation, he participates in the UN negotiations on climate change (UNFCCC) that led to the Paris Agreement, where he negotiates for the European Union. She is a member of the Adaptation Fund Board and supports the activities of the IPCC focal point for Italy.
Previously, he worked as a Senior Project Manager on emission reduction projects at Ecosecurities in Oxford and on the European Union emissions trading system at Bartucci SpA.
Last post by Eleonora Cogo
Buried deep in the heart of a mountain on a...read more
AstroSpace.it is an information and in-depth portal of Astronautics, space exploration and aerospace in which authors with multidisciplinary formations and passions tell the story of space exploration and space in all its facets.
Last post by Astrospace.it
NASA has just announced the winners of the Commercial Human...read more
On April 6, 2020, American President Donald J. Trump signed...read more
Elon Musk has intervened a few times in recent weeks...read more
China aims to complete the construction of its first fully...read more
Journalist, writer, head of the press office, he studied in Rome where he lived for thirty years collaborating with La Repubblica in the travel and culture section. Author of two novels (The appearances and Skandha) and a collection of poems (If I lose myself) has collaborated with several publishers for the drafting and publication of stories, stories, forewords, reviews and tourist guides. Mother of three daughters, Chiara, Maria and Iris, she lives in Lugano where she has conceived and curated courses in Inventastorie, poetry, journalism and theater for children. Great travel enthusiast, enthusiastic, tireless, curious, attentive observer of changes and effects on the environment and people, scholar, reader and very little sports, tells stories gathered around the world in a perfect balance between reality, irony and fantasy. Part in this new adventure with Impactscool picking up the challenge, ready to tell this new world those changes.
Last post by Giovanna La Vecchia
“One of the things that history can teach us is...read more
Italy has a unique cultural and artistic heritage in the...read more
Innovative optical instrumentation, based on an infrared laser technology, which...read more
The evolution of Neuroscience has allowed us to understand how...read more
Nicholas Chilese is very passionate about economics and innovation, as well as sociology and psychology.
He is a real go-getter and he loves learning new things; during High School he organized events with his staff and then he moved to Bergamo and he started a university course in business management.
For two years he has been working and collaborating with a startup involved in Equity Crowdfunding and he is currently working as a Digital Strategy in a consulting and training company in Milan.
Last post by Nicholas Chilese
With the massive introduction of digital, automation and artificial intelligence...read more
Let’s start with the definitions, radiofrequency refers to electromagnetic waves...read more
Advertising is one of the most hated marketing activities by...read more
In the last few decades, the sectors linked to biology...read more
Melissa is a young digital health contributor, junior digital marketer in continuous training and a medical student.
She is driven by her extreme curiosity and the search for new stimuli.
Last post by Melissa D'Ambrosio
Health is one of the most digitized topics online: according...read more
Hashem Al-Ghaili is a science communicator who was born in Yemen. He runs his Facebook page (Science Nature Page), which has over 21 million followers from all over the globe and garnered over 6 billion organic views. He graduated from Jacobs University Bremen and obtained his master’s degree in Molecular Biotechnology. According to Tubular labs, his Facebook page is among the fastest growing pages globally and generates the highest number of monthly views in the science and technology sectors.
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Valentina Cosenza is a graduate in Modern Literature at the University of Milan and is passionate about writing and reading. Journalist at The Week of Saronno deals mainly with current events, news stories and cultural events. Not forgetting her love for the music that she has cultivated through the classical guitar since he was young, also winning several competitions.
Last post by Valentina Cosenza
Our favorite t-shirt, the jeans that doesn’t fit anymore and...read more
In an increasingly digitized and ever-changing world, it seems paradoxical...read more
Adriano Fontanari, a young digital health enthusiast, is a M.Sc. student in Innovation Management. In 2016 he co-founded a care management service for people that suffer from a chronic disease. Moreover, he loves writing about digital health and how emerging technologies will shape the future of the doctor-patient relationship.
Last post by Adriano Fontanari
Medicine takes important steps towards a future dotted with innovations...read more
From the simplest of smartwatches, capable of measuring the heartbeat...read more
Blockchain is considered a revolutionary technology that will positively impact...read more
Many technologies have become irreplaceable in the medical field: from...read more
Digital humanist, teacher and startupper, in 2012 he founded Marte5, one of the first agencies in Italy specialized in augmented reality and virtual reality. Topics of which he speaks in the book "Nothing will be more like before", (October 2019 - Dario Flaccovio Editore) and which marks at the Leonetto Cappiello Academy in Florence.
He is innovation manager and consultant on strategy and digital transformation, and co-founder of Digital Fool, a laboratory on psychology and unconventional communication.
Last post by Antonio Laudazi
The beginning of the school year is always an opportunity...read more
Gaetano Fabiano, innovation expert in the sphere of digital transformation and emerging technologies in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. He is a computer science teacher.
He is a Computer scientist that after a period of study at the TU / E of Eindhoven, the master's degree in Calabria and a master's degree as Industrial Researcher in Business Intelligence, he gained experience in an innovative start-up on design and development activities in the Big Data area as well as in various national and multinational companies. He carried out teaching activities in the Business Intelligence course of the University of Calabria, and was a research fellow at LENS (University of Florence) on issues of Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning. He loves reading, cinema and video games and experimenting with his cameras in his spare time.
Last post by Gaetano Fabiano
About a year ago, we announced Amazon’s intentions to open...read more
In line with the global debate on ethics and artificial...read more
Italy is among the 8 countries that will host a...read more
Freelance professional journalist and communication manager. He has experience gained in print, radio, TV, web, press offices, and spent as correspondent and correspondent for RDS Radio Dimensione Suono and INN TV. In 2012 he created the radio magazine and podcast Lavoradio, a weekly magazine that tells the scenarios of the world of work in terms of opportunities. Founder of the Jobbing Fest, Festival that brings the themes of work, innovation and personal growth to schools and universities. Digital coach for "Vivere Digitale", a Facebook and Freeformers project. He has an extensive training and dissemination activity on issues related to work and technological innovation. Author of "Boomerang Generation", stories of winning and conscious return by Italian expats (Rubbettino publisher).
Last post by Vito Verrastro
In less than two months, the pandemic emergency from Covid-19...read more
“Normality is a privilege”. A sentence, read on the web...read more
Never before has the current scenario, which economists define with...read more
Junior marketing & communication manager at a software house in Milan. I always ask myself a lot of questions. Interested in the impact of technology on people's lives and the future. I can say I'm a serial addicted with a good knowledge of the art world and very inclined to eat in restaurants.
Last post by Alessandra Martina Ceppi
On February 23, cyber security strategist and data policy expert...read more
Graduated from the master of philosophy at the University of Parma in summer 2019. I am a young scholar passionate about critical theory, contemporary philosophy and sociology. I work as a researcher at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan and the University of Ferrara; at the same time I attend a master's degree at the European University of Rome "Law and ethics of emerging technologies". My goal is to study and critically analyze the socio-economic implications of new technologies: how they are transforming our present and how they shape our future. I believe that awareness is the best companion of action, and I hope, in the future, to make my passions and my goals a job that can involve as many people as possible in this mission.
Last post by Cristina Gardenghi
Following the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020, held in...read more