The exhibition “Science + Art” runs until November 30, inside the university courtyard of the University of Siena. From TLS laboratories to school offices, the student storyboard of Liceo Artistico “Duccio di Buoninsegna” in Siena. The scientific publishing project, which arose out of a collaboration between the TLS Foundation, Sienese High School and Federchimica Assobiotec sponsored by the University of Siena, the Tuscany District and the Municipality of Siena, tells us about the research activity of the Monoclonal Antibody Discovery (MAD) Lab, a TLS Foundation laboratory led by Professor Rino Rappuoli, Which worked on the discovery of human monoclonal antibodies as a treatment in response to infection with the Corona virus SARS-CoV-2.
The fair’s path, which collects comics, photos, and the grain of science, will remain open through November 30, inside the University of Siena’s Rectorate Courtyard, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. with free admission. It will be possible to visit the exhibition of the four tables created by students Sofia Nogara, Eduardo de Brisco, Eleonora Chiacci and Federico Carpini. The project, which involved more than 20 students from classes III B and IV B for the 2020/2021 academic year, was led by teachers Federica Fusi, Alice Leonini, Giovanni Pala, Eleonora Spinosa and Anna Taddeo. In addition to the comics, the exhibition path is complemented by the faces of TLS researchers, shots of young people at work in the foundation and grain of science spaces, and short texts explaining key terms used in the scientific field. Research. It is also possible to download the ‘Science + Art’ brochure online on the TLS Foundation website and through the QR code also on the panels.
‘Science + Art.’ From TLS laboratories to school offices, the storyboard for students of “Duccio di Buoninsegna” Art School of Siena “is a scientific publishing project born out of a collaboration between the Toscana Life Sciences Foundation, the art school “Duccio di Buoninsegna”. Siena and Federchimica Assobiotec, sponsored by the University of Siena Siena, Tuscany, Municipality of Siena Participated in grades III B and IV B of Liceo, academic year 2020/2021 Students 3rd B: Sofia Andolfi; Giulia Buraki Viola Ceccherini Eleonora Ciachi Alessandro Mado Sofia Nogara Irene Nucci Jaya Maria Pizzino and Maria Delita Trapani Andrei Students IV B: Martina Bartolome Viola Cagni Federico Carpini Elisa Vannetti Carolina Gilli Eduardo Di Brisco Pietro Iacoboni Andrea Massi Angela Boulay Clara Stefano and Augusto Tamburini Teachers Federica Fusi Alice Leonini Giovanni Balla Eleonora Spinoza and Anna Tado