With a scientific network largely distributed all over Italy, embracing a wide variety of research topics –energy management, medicine, environment, food and agribusiness, life sciences, physics, Ict and more- the National Research Council of Italy has a unique background of knowledge and skills to be exploited by society at all levels.
Sharing its best results and know-how, Cnr contributes in fostering new opportunities of growth and social development fot the whole Country.
The Tartalife project, which is coordinated by Cnr-Irbim , is producing impressive results as it heads into its sixth year of operation. The program has resulted in substantial reductions in deadly 'bycatch' of turtles in commercial fishing, the publication of scientific papers and more. The project now includes the 'Turtle Safe' certification from Friend of the Sea: it's the first label identifying fishing activities that have a low impact on sea turtles in the entire Mediterranean
Cnr publishing activity consists of institutional documentation, scientific serial collections, Conference Proceedings, outreach and educational products, scientific games
This section offers information on the Cnr libraries located in the Research areas which are connected to various research Institutes located all over Italy
Nicola Armaroli, research director at the National Research Council of Italy and member of the Sunrise consortium (Solar energy for a circular economy), explains how the solar energy can contribute to make the circular economy a reality. The interview is published on the Sunrise website
On 1st June 2019 the European Beyond EPICA Oldest Ice Core project started with the aim of drilling for and recovering ice from up to 1.5 Million years ago in Antarctica
Part of the Cnr activities are devoted to the dissemination of science, with the aim of stimulating public knowledge and excitement around the research activities of its scientific community
By organizing exhibitions, the National Research Council aims to provide new opportunities for cultural growth and renovation by starting a dialogue with the audience of all ages and contributing to the development of the knowledge society
The National Research Council of Italy was founded as legal person on 18 November 1923 (Royal Decree 2440/1923). Originally, it became member of the International Research Council, with offices in Brussels