“SCIENCE FOR CITIZEN”, THE SCIENCE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MILAN MOVES TO MIND
the idea behind the Campus is that the University can provide an important contribution to the development of a shared space in which research, formation and dissemination of science find fertile ground.
the new, radically innovative design of the Campus can place scientific and technological research at the University on an even footing with the most advanced European, American and Asian universities.
The new science campus of theUniversity of Milan:
a campus that will be built according to the highest international standards
THE SCIENCE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MILAN
The University of Milan has reaped the opportunity offered by the project to redevelop the area that hosted Expo 2015 to meet the need for new infrastructures and renovation of the science departments at Città Studi. The project is radically innovative and promises changes unprecedented in the history of the University.
The centre of science and technology of the University of Milan, limited by obsolete and disconnected premises, will certainly re-gain the intrinsic potential to compete with leading world-class universities.
This is the basic objective and significance of the project that will establish “Science for Citizens”, the new Science Campus of the University of Milan, in the Milan Innovation District (MIND). This campus, built according to the highest international standards, will allow researchers and students to work in more functional, innovative and attractive premises within an ecosystem open to innovation, international collaboration and synergy between different areas.
This university campus, as its name suggests, is also conceived as a centre of civil growth and dissemination of science, interacting with the cultural life of the city.
The University campus at MIND will bring together all the sciences currently based at Città Studi. It will cater to just over 18,000 students, as well as about 500 technicians and administrative staff: a total of more than 20,000 persons will populate the Arexpo site.
The research and training potential of the new campus is revealed by data certifying its importance in science and technology; it certainly holds a leading position in Italy. With about 7000 publications per year and 18 European Research Council projects, the University of Milan is the highest ranking in Italy and among the top 100 universities in the world in Life Sciences and Medicine, and in the leading 10% for research output.
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