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"Quanta Conoscenza abbiamo perso nell'Informazione?  

         Quanta Saggezza abbiamo perso nella Conoscenza?" 

"How much Knowledge we have lost in Information?  

        How much Wisdom we have lost in Knowledge?"(T.S.Eliot)

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"Non sono i Terremoti ad uccidere, ma le Strutture che crollano."  (Saggio cinese

"Earthquakes do not kill, but the Collapsing Structures" (Chinese Dictum)

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"The Bureaucratic Mentality is the only Constant in the Universe" (Capt. Jim Kirk - USS Enterprise - Star Trek)

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"Se volete sapere qualcosa sul Papa, non chiedete in Vaticano"

"If you want to know something about the Pope, don't ask in the Vatican(Rick Balbusso)

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"La più efficace e la più economica lotta contro la corruzione è la trasparenza verso i Cittadini." 

"The most effective and cheapest fight against corruption is the transparency toward the Citiziens"

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  • 2016/07/21 Biggest Little Self-Assembling Protein Nanostructures Created
    A research team at the University of Washington has harnessed complex computational methods to design customized proteins that can self-assemble into 120-subunit "icosahedral" structures inside living cells-the biggest, self-booting, intracellular protein nanocages ever made. The breakthrough offers a potential solution to a pressing scientific challenge: how to safely and efficiently deliver to cells new and emerging biomedical treatments such as DNA vaccines and therapeutic interfering particles.
  • 2016/07/19 DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge Calls for Contenders
    In March, DARPA officials first publicly floated plans for the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge, an initiative designed to ensure that the exponentially growing number of military and civilian wireless devices will have full access to the increasingly crowded electromagnetic spectrum. Today, with the Agency release of detailed postings about the competition's architecture, rules, and two participation options for seeking one of the up to 30 available slots, SC2 is officially on.
  • 2016/07/19 Another Big Shrink: Tiling Chiplets into Next-Generation Microsystems
    Open the hood of just about any electronic gadget and you probably will find one or more printed circuit boards (PCBs)-most often in a leaf green color-studded with processing, memory, data-relaying, graphics, and other types of chips and components, all interconnected with a labyrinth of finely embossed wiring. By challenging the technology community to integrate the collective functions hosted by an entire PCB onto a device the size of a single chip, DARPA's newest program is making a bid to usher in a fresh dimension of technology miniaturization.
  • 2016/07/13 Top Teams’ Automated Cybersecurity Systems Preparing for Final Face-off
    The Heartbleed security bug existed in many of the world's computer systems for nearly two-and-a-half years before it was discovered and a fix circulated in the spring of 2014, by which time it had rendered an estimated half a million of the internet's secure servers vulnerable to theft and other mischief. And while Heartbleed was in some respects an outlier, long-lived critical flaws in widely deployed bedrock internet infrastructure are not rare.
  • 2016/07/12 A new generation of electron devices makes waves, trillions of them each second
    Normal radios operate in kilohertz (kHz) and megahertz (MHz) frequencies, bandwidths corresponding to electromagnetic oscillations in the thousands and millions of cycles per second ranges, respectively. Upping the ante, cell phones and radar systems operate in the billions of cycles per second range-that is, gigahertz (GHz) frequencies. But no one has managed to push radiofrequency technology into the trillions of cycles per second, or Terahertz (THz), range. With the Terahertz (THz) Electronics Program, however, DARPA has begun to make it possible.
  • 2016/07/07 Mathematical Framework that Prioritizes Key Patterns in Networks Aims to Accelerate Scientific Discovery
    Networks are mathematical representations to explore and understand diverse, complex systems-everything from military logistics and global finance to air traffic, social media, and the biological processes within our bodies. In each of those systems, a hierarchy of recurring, meaningful internal patterns-such as molecules and proteins interacting inside cells, and capacitors and resistors operating within integrated circuits-determines the functions or behaviors of those systems. The larger and more intricate a system is, however, the harder it is for current network modeling techniques to uncover these patterns and represent them in organized, easy-to-understand ways.
  • 2016/06/29 OrbitOutlook Integrates Largest and Most Diverse Network of Space Sensors Ever to Help Avoid Collisions in Space
    More than 500,000 pieces of manmade space debris-including spent rocket stages, defunct satellites, and fragments as small as flecks of paint-currently hurtle around the Earth at roughly 17,000 miles per hour. At those speeds, impacts involving even the smallest of those items can damage satellites and spawn chain reactions of collisions, increasing the amount of orbital flotsam and creating "minefields" in space that can remain unpassable for centuries.
  • 2016/06/24 Advanced Full Range Engine (AFRE) Program Envisions Hybrid Propulsion System Paving the Way to Routine, Reusable Hypersonic Flight
    In the decades-long quest to develop reusable aircraft that can reach hypersonic speeds-Mach 5 (approximately 3,300 miles per hour/5,300 kilometers per hour) and above-engineers have grappled with two intertwined, seemingly intractable challenges: The top speed of traditional jet-turbine engines maxes out at roughly Mach 2.5, while hypersonic engines such as scramjets cannot provide effective thrust at speeds much below Mach 3.5.
  • 2016/06/21 Foldable 3-D, Man-Made Proteins Could Make “Use By” Dates for Medicines Obsolete
    Soldiers often operate in extreme environments, where they may be exposed to the elements for long periods of time. Standard equipment such as electronics and armor are designed to withstand such stresses, but that is not true for the contents of a medic's bag. Most medicines, including essential biotherapeutics such as insulin, degrade rapidly when stored outside of specified temperature, humidity, and light conditions. DARPA's Fold F(x) program aims to develop new classes of rugged, shelf-stable medicines based on non-natural, synthetic polymers that can better withstand extreme conditions in the field. The Agency will hold a workshop next week to describe recent successes and discuss applications with potential collaborators.
  • 2016/06/17 DARPA Goes “Meta” with Machine Learning for Machine Learning
    Popular search engines are great at finding answers for point-of-fact questions like the elevation of Mount Everest or current movies running at local theaters. They are not, however, very good at answering what-if or predictive questions-questions that depend on multiple variables, such as "What influences the stock market?" or "What are the major drivers of environmental stability?" In many cases that shortcoming is not for lack of relevant data. Rather, what's missing are empirical models of complex processes that influence the behavior and impact of those data elements.

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