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On Wednesday 7 November, on the anniversary of Maria Skłodowska Curie's birth, the RadioLab project funded by the INFN (National Institute of Nuclear Physics) presents the "Radon Day", with a series of initiatives in various locations throughout Italy.

07 November 2018
Superficie del Sole

Borexino: ten years of successes

Thanks to Borexino we know the Sun with unprecedented detail. Borexino experiment at the INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratories publishes on Nature the compendium of its results on solar neutrinos.

25 October 2018

Fausto Valz Gris

Il dipartimento comunica la triste notizia della scomparsa del nostro ex-collega Fausto Valz Gris, a lungo ricercatore presso il nostro Dipartimento e docente di Metodi Matematici della Fisica.

23 October 2018

Giovanna Ramella
(9/2/1937 - 6/10/2018)

Il Direttore e i membri del Dipartimento di Fisica dell'Università degli Studi di Milano ricordano per l'importante contributo alle attività scientifiche e didattiche nel campo della fisica teorica, e per le rare qualità umane la professoressa Giovanna Ramella, docente di Metodi Matematici della Fisica.

06 October 2018

2018 Nobel Prize in Physics

The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou, and Donna Strickland, "for groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics".

02 October 2018

NUSTAR week in Milan, 24-28 September

The NUSTAR week conference has gathered together international experts in the Fields of Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics, at the headquarter of Milano University. Scientific and technical progresses have been presented and discussed in connection with the development of the international facility FAIR in Darmstadt (Germany).

28 September 2018
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Einstein wins again: General Relativity confirmed on cosmological scales

In a Letter published on Nature Astronomy, scientists from the Universities of Milano and Durham confirm the validity of Einstein’s theory on the largest scales ever tested. A direct implication of the study is that the ubiquitous dark energy is confirmed to be a necessary ingredient to explain the accelerated expansion of our Universe.

25 September 2018
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