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Ginevra Cavalieri 30 Dec 15
"The body does whatever it wants.I'm not my body.I'm my mind."
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Vincent Spadoni 26 Nov 16
"Above all, don't fear difficult moments. The best comes from them."
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Youth Radio Network 16 Dec 16
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Dr Simona Carbone 7 Mar 17
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mint imperial 2 Feb 17
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Ballafon Società Cooperativa Sociale Mar 8
The women that have changed the world have never had need to show nothing, if not the their intelligence. Rita Levi Montalcini
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Luigina Ciolfi 30 Dec 12
“The women who have changed the world have never needed to put anything on display but their intelligence"
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MADIA_H2020 19 Mar 18
The EBRI team at the AAT-AD/PDTM Focus Meeting 2018 in Torino.
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The Viva Center 🏳️‍🌈 15 Sep 17
Important figures in the history of neuropsychology, part two
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Ilaria Becchetti 30 Dec 12
a reason to be proud to be Italian... Sometimes it happens...
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Brad Heckman Apr 22
The body does whatever it wants. I am not my body. I am my mind. Happy birthday — Dr. Levi-Montalcini was an Italian Nobel laureate, honored for her work in neurobiology. Not to mention a Senator.
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Eve Selbst 27 Jan 17
I remember a great Italian, a great scientist, a great woman.The
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DrPasEle Apr 23
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Osservatorio Adolescenza 21 Dec 14
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The Worshipful Geek Jun 13
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Tommaso Arenare 22 Apr 15
Fought fascism, pioneered , returned to , won the : grateful to , born today in 1909
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The Workshop London 14 Mar 18
Nobel Prize winner scientist once said: "My body can do what it wants. I am not the body. I am the mind". And these words work also to remember and celebrate the life and works of , one of the greatest scientific and human minds of this century.
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AndeeeErv 23 Aug 16
I should thank Mussolini for having declared me to be of an inferior race. This led me
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Francesca Ceradini 11h
Scienza e Donne. , Martha Chase, Henrietta Lacks, , ed sono alcune delle donne che hanno cambiato, a volte nell'ombra, la storia della biologia e della medicina. Il racconto di
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Black Mask 18h
Quando si usa il cervello si vive anche dopo la morte.
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