Classic Moleskine Notebook. Black hardcover, large model (13×21), featured ruled pages waiting to be filled with ideas and drawings. Designed with rounded corners, ivory pages, placeholder, elastic closure, and a convenient expandable back pocket and cardholder.
The customized 800th anniversary of the University of Padua logo is present on the cover, on the back and the packaging.
Inside you will find a charming note that shares the history of the University of Padua and on the origin of the particular graphic used to customize the cover.
|Dimensions||13 × 21 cm|
For those who love to write or take notes on high quality notebook paper
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Who is Galileo Galilei? For Virginia he is Gali, the older brother with whom she spies into the summer skies in search for stars with. Gali, is also a scholar to be admired and a scientist to be respected. However, many years later, Virginia and Galileo set out to conquer the Universe together. Learn more about Galileo through the eyes of the people closest to him.
Who is Milla? An extraordinary determined woman and tireless scholar known all over the world. Milla was first a student at the University of Padua and then a colleague among the world’s best physicists. Massimilla Baldo Ceolin, known as ‘Milla’, was a pioneer of particle physics. Thanks to years of her cutting-edge research, she also earned the nicknames “the lady of the neutrino” and “the lady of the antilambda.”