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Maria Rosaria Scarfì co-director of the International School of Bioelectromagnetics "Alessandro Chiabrera"

Ettore Majorana

Maria Rosaria Scarfì, a senior researcher of IREA-CNR, was appointed co-director of the International School of Bioelectromagnetics "Alessandro Chiabrera", one of the Schools of the Ettore Majorana Foundation and Center for Scientific Culture (EMFCSC) in Erice (Sicily). From 2003, the year of its establishment, the director was Ferdinando Bersani, professor of Physics at the University of Bologna.

The School proposes every two years a course, organized by two co-directors with recognized experience on the specific topic and by the School co-directors, aimed at young researchers and biologists, engineers and physicists, on different aspects of the interaction between nonionizing radiations and biological systems.

The Ettore Majorana Foundation and Center for Scientific Culture (EMFCSC) is a scientific organization, founded in 1962 by the physicist Antonino Zichichi, who is also its president, and named after the Sicilian physicist Ettore Majorana. Since its establishment in 1962, more than 120,000 scientists - of which many Nobel prizes - from 140 countries have taken part in post-university activities to promote science without secrets and without borders.


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