CNR is ready to embark on a 12-month journey to rediscover its history, the impact of scientific research on society, and the prospects and challenges that lie ahead, a journey outlined around the following keywords: sustainability, biodiversity, ecological and digital transition, clean energy, circular economy, life sciences and one health, cultural heritage, peace, and scientific diplomacy. As of November 18, 2022, the dedicated website is online, and can you can also access it from the CNR homepage, which will welcome events, initiatives, and news and will be at the service of the CNR community: a container that will be shaped and modified as it goes along, enriched by contributions from all CNR staff. In addition to the initial calendar defined by the Program Committee for the Scientific Network, it will be possible to submit proposals and ideas following the ways defined in the coming weeks. The aim is to go beyond the celebratory intent, stimulating a wide-ranging reflection on the role of research in scientific and civil progress and on the future of the planet and humanity. Yesterday, November 23, the celebrations began with a first event: "Science and Art: dialogue in words and music,"; President Maria Chiara Carrozza and violinist Alessandro Quarta conversed on that interesting theme, moderated by journalist Massimo Sideri.

Here the video.

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