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The machines and technical devices designed by Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Brunelleschi and the Sienese engineers in the Renaissance.
The exhibition gives scientifically correct answers to some crucial questions on drug addiction and drug action upon the central nervous system.
The working model of the planetary clock that Lorenzo della Volpaia designed in 1510, which has been faithfully recreated from his workshop notebooks.
A hands-on exhibition aiming to promote understanding of the scientific principles that regulate everyday life.
This exhibition produced by the European Southern Observatory at La Silla, Chile, introduces visitors to the marvels of the universe.
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Simple and complex curves, their mathematical properties, and their application to science and technology as well as to everyday life.
The history of the Accademia dei Lincei from its foundation in 1603 on the initiative of Prince Federico Cesi until its re-formation in 1946.
The extraordinary achievements of Sienese artist/engineers who gave rise to technological research of great originality in the 15th century.
The multifaceted world of handicraft from historical roots to its role in contemporary economy and culture.