Giovanni Di Pino It is among the 50 personalities Wired “ones to watch” in 2016 . Wired is the magazine of US origin...Among the many characters, for example, the French president Hollande and the German chancellor Merkel stand out, given among other things as a favorite in the race for the Nobel Peace Prize. However, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was also present as was Antonio Conte, who will take the Italian national football team to the European Championships in France this summer

18 March, 2016the young researcherUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma Giovanni Di Pino, recently awarded among the top young scientists of Europe thanks to its Reshape project. The magazine of US origin, which also in Italy tells the "stories of ideas and personalities that change the world", in fact includes him in the special ranking together with scientists, heads of state, activists, entrepreneurs, sportsmen and celebrities from the cinema and show.

Finally, Pope Francis could not be missing, cited as the protagonist of the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Great attention was also paid to space aeronautics with the US astronauts Scott Kelly and Jeffrey Williams and the Italian Paolo Nespoli. Also not to be forgotten is ExoMars 2016, the ESA (European Space Agency) mission launched these days and which will bring two probes made in Italy to study the existence of life forms to Mars.

Numerous protagonists from the world of scientific research in Wired's top 50. We start from Einstein, on the occasion of the centenary of his theory of relativity, to arrive at the present day. Among those selected, the director of the Italian Institute of Technology Roberto Cingolani, the director of CERN in Geneva Fabiola Gianotti, the neuroscientist Giacomo Rizzolatti, the Italian-American scientist specialized in molecular biology Napoleone Ferrar and the immunology and cellular physiology expert Antonio Lanzavecchia.  

He is therefore in good company Giovanni Di Pino, winner of the prestigious ERC-Start tender last Novembering Grant, one of the most competitive at European level. His study, funded by the European Research Council, is focused on the development of a new concept of neurally controlled prosthesis. A prosthesis that is no longer perceived by amputees as a foreign body, this is the goal that the researcher has set himself UCBM and which could reveal revolutionary outcomes.