29-30 September 2022 - Turin
at Molecular Biotechnology Center, Turin

Molecular Biotechnology Center

The 2nd Workshop EVIta will be held in the Molecular Biotechnology CenterMBC, via Nizza 52, Turin, Italy.
For more info how to reach MBC click here

The MBC is 10 minutes from Turin city centre and the Porta Nuova train station.
Connections can be made by underground bus and tram. Turin’s Sandro Pertini airport is 16 km from the city centre.

Turin (Torino) is the capital of Italy’s Piemonte (Piedmont) region, in the far north-west of the country close to the Alps, and is famous for a curious assortment of things: including Fiat, chocolate, football and the Turin Shroud.
Turin does not have the political importance it once held before the parliament of a united Italy moved to Rome, but the city is famous for the attractive gracious city centre. The city is full of noble equestrian statues of Savoy princes and elegant arcaded streets for all-weather shopping and strolling, with an atmosphere that is calmer than most Italian cities. Turin’s tourist attractions include the Mole Antonelliana, a strange, spire-topped building which features on the Italian 2 euro-cent coin.
A good museum of cinema is housed in the building. Other Turin museums include the excellent Egyptian Museum.

Piazza Castello is the heart of Turin, home to grand palaces such as Palazzo Reale, the royal palace of the Savoy dynasty, and Palazzo Madama, previously a castle, prison, barracks and senate house.
Around the Piazza – and indeed throughout Turin – you will find elegant historic cafes; an important part of Turin life.Turin is home to football club Juventus. Juventus is one of the most successful clubs in Italy with a large fanbase through Italy and beyond. Turin was the base for the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Turin is also renowned as the setting for the original film of The Italian Job, starring Michael Caine, and fans can enjoy themselves spotting locations from the film.

For info on Turin please check: www.turismotorino.org

Italian Society for Extracellular Vesicles - EVIta

About EVIta Workshop

29-30 September    

2nd EVIta Workshop