An extraordinary achievement: five degrees in six years for 25-year-old Giulio Deangeli, now a researcher at Cambridge and Harvard.
Degrees in Medicine and Surgery, Engineering, Biotechnology, Molecular Biotechnology and a Master’s Degree in Medical Sciences are the goals he achieved in Pisa at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, a world-renowned university, focused on rewarding merit and talent and dedicated to the applied sciences. Giulio is currently a research fellow at Harvard and Cambridge engaged in the ambitious challenge of one day defeating degenerative diseases.
Born in Este in the province of Padua, in addition to cultivating his talent and pursuing his goals, the young Deangeli has created “A choice for life“, a project dedicated to secondary school students in order to suggest an appropriate, “made to measure” course of study at university. Aware that such a delicate step can drastically change a child’s life and future, Giulio has created a project capable of providing useful tools to facilitate this choice, such as study methods or preparation for entrance exams.
Tucano, always closely linked to the education sector, believed in the value of this initiative and sponsored it, providing some products from the catalog for those participating in the orientation tournaments.
More than 1500 Italian students signed up for two days of interactive seminars and workshops held between 17 and 18 April 2021 by Giulio himself together with a motivated team of speakers, exceptional young people in the sciences and humanities. A project created by students for students and a whole new opportunity to keep believing in the value of our youngest talents.