(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 27 – The numbers on start-ups in Italy “are becoming important. It is a revolution that our young people are already making to undertake through their knowledge and skills. And the fact that many of these start-ups up are successful, I believe it should push us to operate other incentives and reforms to bring the world of young people and academia closer to the world of work and business “. The Minister for University and Research Maria Cristina Messa said today in Genoa for the robotics Tech transfer day promoted by Cdp Venture capital. “I believe that we must act on some aspects – said Messa – but first the understanding of the risk and the acceptance of failure. On these I believe that universities can do a lot by implementing transversal soft skills and trying to expose their students to the knowledge of this aspect “. (HANDLE).