About us

Our mission

 

  • Human Technopole aims to lead Italy towards the leadership in the field of quality of life. To this end, interdisciplinary approaches will be the starting point for connecting and creating new knowledge. Combining state-of-the-art technologies with a knowledge sharing culture will generate excellence and promote innovation.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to act as a hub to increase the value of universities and existing research centres, supporting networking at global level, thus helping and strengthening connections that already exist among them at local level.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to be the reference centre for research institutes and universities across the country by sharing technologies, methods and data in order to speed up the transfer of knowledge and guarantee patients’ early access to innovative diagnostics and therapies.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to be a promoter of cultural renewal, where citizens will be educated to healthier lifestyles and prevention, patients will have access to new care more quickly, policy will take informed decisions for social cohesion and industry will be supported in the technological transfer of scientific research.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to contribute, along with existing realities, to the advancement of knowledge that benefits all society in a fair and inclusive logic where science and knowledge play a central role as they are supported by community-driven resources.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to have a positive impact on the national healthcare system by reducing the cost of health through investment in prevention and the introduction of digital technologies in hospitals to enable efficient patients’ management.

     

  • Human Technopole aims to pursue industrial development in the fields of food technology, models and software, diagnostics and therapies.

 

Learn more about Human Technopole. Discover our governance and the people behind our organisation.See what our campus will look like and read about all the steps we have taken so far to build Italy's new research institute for Life Sciences.