HERE WE ARE: JUST A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL INVENTORS EXHIBITION!

HERE WE ARE: JUST A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL INVENTORS EXHIBITION!

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It is a “work in progress”, as is fitting for those involved in innovation, the first edition of the International Inventors Exhibition, whose inauguration is scheduled for next Thursday, October 13.

Fast-paced, all organizational pieces are finding their place, with inventors coming also from foreign countries such as Japan and Nigeria, but even from Syria (war situation permitting…). Great attention will be dedicated to the relationship between the city of the future and the environment, talking about urban agriculture and smart cities, but also introducing environmentally friendly construction solutions. Another very interesting trend will be that of aids for disabled people: tools to facilitate the existential autonomy of blind people or people with hearing impairment will be on display, and it will be possible to experience the boat for sailors with walking difficulties.

Press conference October 11 2016

Patroness of the event will be Irene Scarpa, researcher at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and inventor of the “nanogel” for the cleaning of works of art; she will also be testimonials, along with “Italian innovative teacher” Alfonso D’Ambrosio, at the press conference, scheduled for Tuesday, October 11 at Vega, the scientific technological park of Venice.

Opening Ceremony D-nest IIE 16

Two days later, the official start of the exhibition will follow a top-level speech: Claudia Urrea, professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Alberto Franceschi, creator of the international label “Jack & Hyde”, Carlo Asquini, Italia Business Angel will discuss the theme “The future is together”. The music of Paul Zanarella, who became the “misplaced pianist” thanks to his invention, will precede them: a winch to autonomously load the piano in the van, first condition to be able to play anywhere.

Read the official program here.

Innovation music!

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