Erika Bertolini e Federica Devoto vincitrici del premio dell’INFN “Milla Baldo Ceolin”, intitolato “Women in Theoretical Physics”
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INFN Sezione di Genova operates in the Physics Department of Università degli Studi di Genova premises: the collaboration link with the University is deep and long-lasting. Particle physics activities started in Genova in the early Fifties, with Ettore Pancini’s call as experimental physics full professor. He contributed to set up the first laboratories and to the foundation of the Sezione di Genova in 1954. Today INFN Sezione di Genova is active on many of the research branches of INFN, from particle physics, with and without accelerators, to nuclear physics, astrophysics and gravitational waves, theoretical physics, new technologies development.