• 15 June 2018

    Agreement for the safety of hydrocarbon extraction offshore platforms

    June 7, 2018

    The Polytechnic of Turin and the General Directorate for Environmental Safety and Safety of Mining and Energy (DGS-UNMIG) of the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) today signed an agreement for the foundation of the "SEASTAR Competence Center - Sustainable Energy Applied Sciences, Technology and Advanced Research", a multidisciplinary center that will carry out studies, research and technological innovation in the field of safety, including environmental safety, of plants for research and cultivation of hydrocarbons at sea.

    The primary objective of the Center, which will be esatblished within the Environmental Park of Turin, will be the development of applied research projects and technology transfer to companies, but also of training activities on technologies and dissemination of multidisciplinary skills towards the territory, to stimulate growth in the offshore safety sector.

  • 29 September 2016


    - Fellowship for a position in the area of Technological Processing for micro and nanomanufacturing, involving development and implementation of technological processes in a cleanroom environment. Previous didactic knowledge or academic experience in the field of MEMS, microsensors, microfluidics and micromachining are preferred conditions.

    For further info please contact

  • 5 May 2014

    Il Chilab partecipa a Micronora 2014

    Besancon (Francia), 23-26 Settembre 2014

    Il Chilab partecipa all'edizione 2014 della Fiera Micronora, il Salone Internazionale delle Microtecniche (

    Ci potete trovare nella Hall C presso lo stand 611-613.

  • 14 April 2014

    Il Chilab in fiera ad A&T 2014

    Torino - Lingotto Fiere, 16 - 17 Aprile 2014

    Il Chilab partecipa all'edizione 2014 della Fiera Affidabilità e Tecnologie.

    Ci potete trovare allo stand F5.


  • 27 March 2014

    Lancio del 1° Technology Day

    9 Aprile 2014

    Un pomeriggio di full immersion nella tecnologia sviluppata dal Politecnico di Torino. Sarà possibile visitare l'esposizione dei prototipi sviluppati dal CHILAB e dal LIM nell'ambito del progetto Target e assistere a una serie di interventi tenuti in tandem da ricercatori e imprese.



     Si parlerà di:

    • sistemi di attuazione di potenza
    • dispositivi e sensori per il monitoraggio ambientale e agroalimentare
    • sensoristica e controllo per la robotica.


  • 29 November 2013

    Alp Nano bio International School 4

    Alp Nano bio International School 4

    January 27-31, 2014, Sterzing, Vipiteno (I)
    Vigil Raber Conf. Hall

    RNAome.0 – functions, methodologies and diagnostics

    The 4th edition of the International Winter School on Nano and Biotechnology, co-organized by Knowledge Department PAT (Trento), University of Trento – Centre for the Integrative Biology (UNITN-CIBIO), B. Kessler Foundation (FBK) and CNR – Institute of Biophysics – Unit at Trento (IBF-TN), is focused on the recent insights regarding coding and non-coding  RNAs, their biology and function, with special attention on their implications in cancer biology and their importance for oncology translational research.

    Continuing advances in transcriptomics are resulting in RNAs being recognized as fundamental regulators of gene expression at transcriptional and translational levels. However, there are still huge gaps in the understanding of the function of many RNA classes and it will be essential to discover the precise mechanisms by which these molecules are involved in cellular development, physiology and pathologies. Additionally the ANIS4 winter school will address advances in methodologies such as RNA imaging, analysis of RNA-associated protein complexes and RNA structural biology. The relevance of non-coding RNA expression and function in cancer will also be addressed and the development of new “on a chip” diagnostic techniques debated.

    Aim of the school is to provide a common language platform to young scientists coming from different fields such as life sciences, chemistry, engineering and informatics where highly interdisciplinary approaches are required. The program will be structured to allow free time in the afternoon (snow-time) while lectures and other scheduled events will take place in the morning, late afternoon and evening. The lectures will be open to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and others interested in this newly emerging field. Participants will have the opportunity to present their research in the form of a poster.


    ANIS4 is promoted by the LaBSSAH Laboratory (Laboratory of Biomolecular Sequence and Structure Analysis  for Health, and the Newton consortium (