It has a rich culture and history and it hosts lots of cultural events.
It promotes the ability to carry out theoretical or applied research, and also the capacity to achieve concrete and reliable productive processes or organise services and facilities.
The modern world is multifaceted and problems are all connected: technology, environment, economy, development and their impact on society become more and more interrelated.
Those who believe in the authenticity of the shroud worship it as an image of Jesus, and believe that this is the very cloth that was used to wrap his crucified body.
Students acquire competence in the interdisciplinary nature of the various fields of the contemporary scientific world, while still aware of the needs of people and society.
Visitors to the northern of Turin, or Torino, may wonder where and how they can see the Shroud of Turin, the famous linen cloth that many believe once wrapped the body of the dead Christ.
Furthermore, new technologies are constantly emerging so research, planning, production and management require enhanced capabilities to deal with changing situations.