Research Center for Applied Sciences to the safeguard of Environment and Cultural Heritage
The Research Center for Applied Sciences to the safeguard of Environment and Cultural Heritage (CIABC) is an integrated network of skills and services whose mission is the development and the promotion of research and innovation in the fields of environmental safeguard and of the knowledge related to cultural heritage.
The Center gathers 53 professors from six departments: Environmental biology, Charles Darwin biology and biotechnologies, Chemistry, Physics, Basic and applied sciences for Engineering, Earth sciences.
- Management committee: defines the general guidelines of the Center activities, redefining the purposes and the modes of pursuing the tasks.
- Scientific committee: assists the committee of the Center in the choices relative to the scientific directions, suggesting subjects of the research development in the sphere of the Center activities.
- Development of networks of cooperation characterized by the continuous exchange of skills and technologies.
- Development of scientific activities and researches applicable to the interests of technological development of small and medium-sized enterprises.
- Cooperation with national and international institutions in the field of the safeguard of the environment and cultural heritage.
- Initiatives for the environment requalification, the promotion of outdoor sites of archeological value and of indoor structures dedicated to the safeguard of the cultural heritage (museums and exhibits).
- Offer of highly qualified skills by sharing innovation projects and professionals.