Apero&Science on 29th November 2016 from 19:00 @Apawi, Rheingasse 8, 4058 Basel

aperoand_29-11-2016  Apero&Science will take place on 29th November 2016 from 19:00 at Apawi, Rheingasse 8, 4058 Basel under the Patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Switzerland & the Consulate of Italy in Basel.

We will have the pleasure to welcome Dr. Tatiana Gaudimonte, Biologist Nutritionist.

She will talk about a special new way of conceiving the diet.

Our environment is a constant source of signals to which our body and mind react in order to protect the delicate balance of our metabolism. There’s no surprise in finding that temperature changes or stress induce hormone cascades which prepare our body to face these contingencies.
Then why, talking about food, we seem to consider it mainly for its caloric content and think about our body as a mere gunnysack which gets bigger or smaller only depending on how much food (calories) we put in it?

Actually, food is a powerful stimulus of an incredibly efficient hormone-mediated signal pattern which lead our metabolism to an “accumulation” mode or to a “consumption” mode, independently from the calorie intake. That is to say that we get fatter or slimmer depending on the quality of our food and on how and when we eat it. And what about the “how much”? Well, you’ll be surprised to discover that the less you eat, the more you’ll get fat and the more you eat (high quality food) the easier you will lose fat. This surprising phenomenon is lead by our hypothalamus, which developed during paleolithic the best responses in order to ensure our survival in an environment where finding food was our daily challenge.

Come on the 29th November to discover more!!! Please feel free to join and to bring with you friends/colleagues.

No fees at the entrance are asked, just join and have fun with us.

For any information/questions please feel free to contact us:
Silvio Riva: silvio@aperoand.com
Barbara Sorce barbara@aperoand.com
Antonio Putrino: antonio@aperoand.com

We will wait for you.

The Aperoand Team
http://www.aperoand.com

Apero&Science on 11th October 2016 from 19:00 @Apawi, Rheingasse 8, 4058 Basel

aperoand-11-10-2016Dear all,

Apero&Science will take place on 11th October 2016 from 19:00 at Apawi, Rheingasse 8, 4058 Basel under the Patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Switzerland & the Consulate of Italy in Basel.

We will have the pleasure to welcome Federico Caobelli, MD at Nuclear Medicine Clinic at Universitätsspital Basel

He will talk about how molecular imaging is used to predict, diagnose and treat diseases.

The medicine is moving from diagnosing and treating the effect of a disease toward the identification and modification of precursors causing its onset. In this regard, molecular imaging plays a pivotal role thanks to the possibility of investigating the earliest modifications at a cellular level. Furthermore, it provides the unique possibility to selectively assess and treat culprit structures, limiting side effects to the entire body. Such advantages are likely to represent the future standards in the prevention, the diagnosis and even in the treatment of many diseases.
Come on 11th October to discover more!!!

Please feel free to join and to bring with you friends/colleagues.

No fees at the entrance are asked, just join and have fun with us.

For any information/questions please feel free to contact us:
Barbara Sorce barbara@aperoand.com
Silvio Riva: silvio@aperoand.com
Antonio Putrino: antonio@aperoand.com

We will wait for you.

The Aperoand Team
http://www.aperoand.com/

Apero & Science – 13th of September 2016

Aperoand_13-09-2016Dear all,

Apero&Science starts again under the Patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Switzerland & the Consulate of Italy in Basel. It will take place on 13th September 2016 from 19:00 at Apawi, Rheingasse 8, 4058 Basel.

We will have the pleasure to welcome Kristina Goncharenko, scientist at University of Basel.

She will talk about how the body react to the stress.

 
Our bodies are exposed to oxidative stress on a daily basis. Therefore it is essential for the body to prevent the damage caused by free radicals. In order to counterbalance the effect of oxidative damage, the human body is equipped with a variety of antioxidants and vitamins. One of these vitamins which was discovered a century ago but ignored until recently is called ergothioneine. Why ergothioneine is an important antioxidant, you can discover on the 13th of September!!!

Please feel free to join and to bring with you friends/colleagues.

No fees at the entrance are asked, just join and have fun with us.

For any information/questions please feel free to contact us:
Barbara Sorce barbara@aperoand.com
Silvio Riva: silvio@aperoand.com
Antonio Putrino: antonio@aperoand.com

We will wait for you.

The Aperoand Team

Apero & Science – 7th June 2016

Aperoand_07-06-2016Dear colleagues,

the 7th of June there will be the next Aperoand event in Basel.

We will have the pleasure to welcome Dr. Steffen Müller, Senior Lecturer at ZHAW School of Management and Law.

Take this opportunity to share and join us and bring your colleagues @ Apawi in Basel in Rheingasse 8 from 19h00.

We remind you the entrance is free of charge and there will be a welcome drink.

In case of questions, please feel free to contact us.

Silvio : silvio@aperoand.com
Barbara : barbara@aperoand.com
Antonio : antonio@aperoand.com

We will wait for you.

The Aperoand Team

Apero & Science – 24 November 2015

12003860_425673980969853_8551811567084304943_nDear colleagues,

the 24th of November there will be the next Aperoand event in Basel.

We will have the pleasure to welcome the CEO and producer of perfumes Giovanni Sammarco. From the Latin “perfumare”, meaning to-smoke-through, perfumes have been known to exist in some of the earliest human civilizations, either through ancient texts or from archaeological digs. But what’s behind this art? In fact, perfumery, as the art of making perfumes, is a science.
How to extract the natural odorants? How to use and mix them?
To reply to these and other questions, there will be with us Giovanni Sammarco which, also, will accompany us in this fantastic organoleptic experience

Join us and bring your colleagues @ Theater Basel in Theaterstrasse 7. I remind you the entrance is free of charge.

In case of questions, please feel free to contact us.

Silvio Riva, silvio@aperoand.com. We will wait for you.

The Aperoand Team

Apero & Science – November 2015

Dear all,
we will start again the Apero&Science event in Basel on 9th November 2015 from 19:00@Apawi Lounge Bar, Rehingasse 8 Basel.

Join us for having a drink and being part of an exciting networking moment!

We will have the pleasure to welcome the Co-Active Life Coatch Vinay Deshpande will help people to tap into their “inner-child” to make them aware of the enormous possibilities the life has to offer and make resonate choice!

The entrance is free of charge and there will be a welcome drink offered.

As always there will be the opportunity to remain together for a dinner.

We will wait for you.
In case of questions, please feel free to contact us.
Barbara Sorce, barbara@aperoand.com

Apero & Science – May 2015

Dear all,
we will start again the Apero&Science event in Basel on 7th May 2015 from 19:00@Theater Basel

Join us for having a drink and being part of an exciting networking moment!

We will have the pleasure to welcome Dr. Francois Nicolas De Glutz (Engineer and Procurement Manager @ Syngenta) who will speak about the environmental challenges in using bioethanol fuel.

The entrance is free of charge and there will be a welcome drink offered
The Aperoand Team

Apero & Science – October 2014

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Dear all, Join us for
having a drink and being part of an exciting networking moment! 

We will have the pleasure to welcome Dr. Christian Etzensperger, Senior Research Analyst @Responsability Investments AG . 
During the talk will be present what the impact investing is and opportunities and challenges in healthcare
For more informations visit the following.

After Apero if you want you can stay for the dinner

We hope to see all of you!

Webcasts: http://www.responsability.com/investing/en/1045/Funding-Multimedia-Webcasts.htm