In addition to its two key functions – scientific research and education – the University engages in Third Mission activities aimed at spreading culture, knowledge and transferring research results outside the academic community, thus contributing to social and cultural growth.
The University intends to be an economic and cultural engine for the local area, fostering progress and innovation, promoting dialogue and interaction with citizens, the economic system and public and private institutions.
In the "knowledge society", we will leverage our multidisciplinary skills to create synergies, and promote collaborations and exchanges both internally and externally.
The office of Vice-Rector for the Third Mission has been held since October 2018 by Marina Carini, Professor of Pharmaceutical, Toxicological, Food and Nutraceutical Chemistry and Technology, at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The application and transfer of knowledge and technologies produced by the University: commissioned research, patents, and spin-offs.
The museum system, the archaeological excavations, the libraries, collections and archives, publishing activity and the beautiful Ca 'Granda.
Public engagement, public health, sustainability, social commitment, relations with companies: the significant relationship between the University and the territory.