Science journalists. She is one of the authors of “Ulisse” (current primetime broadcast of the Italian public television channel RAI-3) and “SuperQuark” (current primetime broadcast of RAI-1); she is scientific author of “E Se Domani” (current primetime broadcast of RAI-3) and she has been the scientific author of “Hit Science” (TV program directed to children and broadcasted by RAI-3). Scientific Director of Lazio Science festival in 2007 and 2008. Head of the Office for Communication of the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics from 2002 to 2006 (in this position she has taken care of all outreach activities of the Institute). As a Science journalist she collaborates with various newspapers and magazines. She is one of the authors of Moebius (current broadcasted on Radio24). Author of nine books of science for young adults, translated in several languages. She is co-director of the International School for Scientific Journalism and Communication held in Erice, Sicily. She has been Deputy Director of the Master School on Science communication at the University of Roma Tor Vergata and teacher of Science communication at the University of Roma Tre.
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