The Science Museum is an auxiliary body of the Autonomous Province of Trento. Its task is to interpret nature, starting from the mountains, using the eyes, tools, and applications of scientific research, taking advantage of the challenges of the contemporary world, stimulating scientific curiosity and the pleasure of knowledge, giving value to science, innovation, and sustainability.
Coordinator of the Science Communication Sector
She is a science communicator in the fields of biology, genetics, biotechnology, nutrition and health sciences. She has more than ten years’ experience in the development and management of informal educational and public activities at MUSE. She is program manager, content and interpretive developer of special scientific exhibitions. She has a long-standing experience in writing and managing EU financed and international projects, which focus on new public engagement practices and methodologies, as Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), to bridge the gap between science and society. Since 2017, she leads the Science Communication Department of the museum.
David graduated in physics at Sapienza University of Rome, and spent one year in France at the particle physics laboratory in Annecy. He got his PhD at the University of Trento and subsequently held a position as a post doc researcher on gravitational waves. Since 2010 he hs been working as a curator and science communicator at MUSE, the science museum of Trento, in the field of new digital fabrication technologies and sustainability. Now he is responsible for the museum's actions on Agenda2030 issues.