ResearchResearch projects, activities and opportunities
For us, research is a fundamental element for social and economic development, contributing to progress, wellbeing and social cohesion.
This is why the University of Verona supports quality interdisciplinary research, international collaborations and the sharing of results to benefit our society, culture and economy.
Il dipartimento di Biotecnologie e quello di Informatica hanno avviato spazi di sperimentazione e dimostrazione per i prodotti vitivinicoli
A Massimiliano Calabrese uno dei 19 “Research Challenge Awards” assegnati dalla Progressive MS Alliance a scienziati e scienziate di tutto il mondo
Among the University of Verona’s strengths are its ability to keep up with cutting-edge research - both pure and applied - and the variety of disciplines involved such research.
The university’s academic departments are essential research structures. There are four macro subject areas which house three departments in Humanities, three departments in Law and Economics, four departments in Life and Health Sciences, and two departments in Sciences and Engineering.
Life and Health Sciences
The University of Verona has obtained important awards for its research in all subject areas. Over the years we have achieved significant results on the national and international scene and have formed networks and agreements with many other institutions and the local community. If you want to collaborate with us, get in touch.
Are you a researcher interested in doing research at our university? There are Marie Skłodowoska-Curie individual fellowships, the Rita Levi Montalcini programme and many other programmes that support mobilities for researchers.
The University of Verona encourages and supports collaboration with companies through projects that involve the use of innovative technologies, highly qualified research staff and specialised structures such as laboratories, spin-offs and research centres.
INVITETraining and research programme
INVITE is a doctoral programme of the University of Verona with a strong inter-sectoral, inter-disciplinary and international research and training dimension.
The INVITE doctoral programme aims to encourage each student’s intellectual curiosity and support the acquisition of critical thinking skills by training them in the use of innovative theoretical tools and practical methods.
The Project is cofunded by the University of Verona, Regione del Veneto and by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 754345.
More info: www.univr.it/invite
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