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Italy news roundup: 19 May to 1 June


This week: a trickle of Prin funding results and a call for more innovation support

In depth: A lengthy process to choose which areas of science should gain dedicated national facilities in Italy has finally concluded. The government has confirmed that new facilities will be established in genomics; genome engineering; structural biology; optical microscopy; and data handling and analysis. All will be hosted at the Human Technopole site in Milan, with research groups from across Italy bidding for access to their equipment and resources.

Full story: Italy picks five areas of science for infrastructure upgrades

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