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Don’t lose your place! Use the bookmark featuring the colourful 19th century map of the Botanical Garden of Padua.
Don’t lose your place! Use the bookmark featuring a image taken from the Botanical Garden of an educational illustration with fruit.
Don’t lose your place! Use the bookmark featuring an image taken from the Botanical Garden of an educational illustration with flowers.
Metal bookmark with University insignia engraved on an oval plaque.
Flexible reading lamp with LED light and bookmark placement.
Modern medicine was not born in a time, but rather in a place: the city of Padua. The classrooms of its University, the walls of its Anatomical Theater, the cultivated plants of its Botanical Garden, and, of course, in its hospitals. Padua, a place where the knowledge, the theory, and the practice of medicine continues to take shape.
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.”