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Farmelody

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Using big data to transform farming and protect animals’ health

Farmelody is a platform designed to reverse the growing antimicrobial resistance that threatens humanity. It aggregates, manages and distributes animal farming data coming from multiple sources, thus enabling feed, tech and pharmaceutic suppliers to find new correlations between animal health and a variety of external factors. The core element of Farmelody is the recommendation system, through which farmers are matched with products and services that they need the most, as well as being a community platform where farmers seek and give advice.

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  • Jan Thilakawardana

    Jan Thilakawardana

    University of Oxford

    Born in 1997, graduated in Medieval and Modern Languages (French and Italian) from the University of Oxford in 2019. He then worked in the Marketing and Communications Department of car giant FCA (now Stellantis) before then joining the startup incubator the School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Turin. Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic caused global lockdowns, he joined Exor, the holding company of the Agnelli family, as an investment analyst in London. His role requires him to monitor the investment portfolio of companies, source/analyse/value/close new opportunities and manage group strategies e.g. sustainability, human resources and governance. While working in Exor, he also enrolled in an MBA with Collège des Ingénieurs (Italia) from which he graduated in July 2021. His passions include sport, food (cooking and eating) and travelling. more

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  • Mario Bernardi

    Mario Bernardi

    Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (Scuola Normale Superiore)

    Born in 1992, is currently a PhD student in Nanoscience at Scuola Normale Superiore. After graduating with a degree in Chemical Engineering (BSc) and Nanotechnology Engineering (MSc) in 2018, he developed mathematical models oriented to biomedical applications based on atomistic simulation techniques. In light of his expertise, he moved to University College Dublin where he was Involved in the early-stage development of 2020 IChemE Global Award-winning start-up AquaB. Towards the end of 2019 Mario came back to Italy to join the laboratory of Francesco Cardarelli to become an expert biophysicist in the context of nanomedicine and the physics of the living cell. While carrying out his experimental research activity, he also enrolled in a scientific MBA with Collège des Ingénieurs (Italia) from which he will graduate in 2023. His passions include backpacking, swimming and history/philosophy books.more

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  • Alessio Buscemi

    Alessio Buscemi

    University of Luxembourg

    Alessio Buscemi, born in 1994, is a PhD student in Machine Learning at the University of Luxembourg. After graduating from the Università degli studi Roma TRE with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Computer Science and Engineering, he decided to pursue a scientific MBA with Collège des Ingénieurs (Italia) to complement his research activity. Alessio has always been a fan of discovering the world and has had the pleasure of studying and working all over the world. He is always grateful to his close friend Camilla who ignited his passion in startups and is a constant source of inspiration. more

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