From L’Aquila Quake’s Rubble, an Academic Birth
Gianni Cipriano for The New York Times
Goran Senjanovic teaching at the Gran Sasso institute in L’Aquila, Italy.
By GAIA PIANIGIANI
Published: January 5, 2014
L’AQUILA, Italy — In 2009, one of the deadliest earthquakes in recent Italian history hit the central Italian town of L’Aquila. A few days later, Eugenio Coccia, then director of the nearby Gran Sasso National Laboratory, the world’s largest underground laboratory for particle physics research, sat at his desk in a building that had escaped the devastation, and pondered…
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