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The Camozzi Group signs a partnership agreement with the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology

18.07.23
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Camozzi serves as a Mission Partner at the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, which stands as one of the nation's most important and forward-thinking institutions dedicated to to transmitting and promoting innovation and scientific research.

The Camozzi Group will serve as a Mission Partner of the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, aiming to provide all-round support for the museum's cultural, educational and training initiatives. In the coming months, the company will work along the museum to promote and spread the history of technology and the culture of invention.

This partnership contributes to the Camozzi Group's affirmation of its technological and scientific network, which has always placed innovation and human capital training at the heart of its vision and business strategy. According to modern industry 5.0 models, the company is convinced that technology and education work hand in hand and are two critical levers to drive change and progress in Italian manufacturing.

Because of its permanent exhibitions and busy roster of interesting activities and events aimed at spreading scientific culture, the National Museum of Science and Technology is a preferred partner.

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SUMMER TOP STOP

From June 20 to September 10, the Museum hosts the SUMMER TOP STOP festival, which offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to engage in interactive workshops, guided tours, digital installations, role-playing games, and virtual reality experiences.


LEONARDO DA VINCI NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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The Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology is based in Milan; opened in 1953, with a total of 50,000m² it is the largest scientific and technical museum in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. It has the world's largest collection of machine models made from Leonardo da Vinci's drawings.

The Museum has always been involved in educational activities. It launched the first interactive workshops in the 1990s, inspired by the work of Frank Oppenheimer and the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Recognised in Europe for its informal education-based educational system, in 2009 it established CREI - Centre for Research in Informal Education. It is a Ministry of Education and Merit-accredited institution for teacher education and professional development.

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