The ISSNAF Annual Event 2023 on November 8 was truly remarkable! We thank Ambassador Zappia and the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC for hosting the event.
News published at https://www.ansa.it/sito/notizie/mondo/news_dalle_ambasciate/2023/11/09/allambasciata-italiana-a-washington-levento-dellissnaf_fdfeecbf-5cb5-4d97-bce5-915e716df259.html
and translated below:
A bond that is strengthened and renewed in the name of scientific research and innovation and which manifests itself in the work of young researchers. It is the one between Italy and the United States, celebrated yesterday at the Italian Embassy in Washington during the Annual Event of ISSNAF, the foundation that brings together thousands of Italian scientists, academics and technologists active in laboratories, universities and research and innovation centers in North America.
The event was opened by a greeting from Ambassador Mariangela Zappia and a video message from the Minister of Health Orazio Schillaci, followed by a greeting from Vice President Diego Bettoni representing the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN).
During the event, the winners of the six prizes of the latest edition of the Young Investigator Awards were announced: Francesca Garretti for the Embassy of Italy Award, Filippo Gianferrari for the RnB4Culture Award (ex-aequo), Giulia Guidi for the Mario Gerla Award, Eugenio Morelli for the Paola Campese Award, Luigi Osmieri for the Franco Strazzabosco Award, Angelica Pesarini for the RnB4Culture Award (ex-aequo), Chiara Trovatello for the INFN Bruno Touschek Award.