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Category: Collaborations

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Making mental health a priority

This article was originally published by Chemistry World, the official magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry. It’s a collection of interviews of scholars suffering from depression. The last interview is my story of doind reseach and struggling with mental health. Myself and Michelle Scire are the people in the featured picture The high rate of mental health problems in postgraduates needs an urgent … Read More Making mental health a priority

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Collaboration with the Women in Tech

The Women in Tech, an America association that brings together successful female entrepreneurs asked me to cooperate with them and record a video-tutorial to promote women in science and tech. The first part covers the use of social media for personal branding and the second one focuses on my idea of a woman of success. I still feel overwhelmed by this collaboration. They always … Read More Collaboration with the Women in Tech

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Collaboration with Stories in Science

The original version of this article can be found on the storiesinscience.org website. How my PhD Training is empowering me Story Key Points Keep an open mind about academia Seeking for non-traditional paths after graduation is not a failure Extra-curricular activities are not waste of time Growing up, I was fascinated by atoms, acids, bases, and basically any chemical reaction. I knew by the … Read More Collaboration with Stories in Science

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A Way Out From Isolation In Academia – Power of Social Media

We’re getting lonelier. Surprisingly, one out of three people between the ages of 25 and 35 feel lonely outside academia. When asked, they answered that they have felt lonely most of the time in the last week (1). In academia, this problem is much bigger. 67% of PhD students suffer from loneliness and often feel very isolated. They admitted that the feeling of isolation … Read More A Way Out From Isolation In Academia – Power of Social Media

Collaboration with Asynt.ltd

On Monday the 26th of February, Asynt.ltd came to the University of Nottingham to make an interview about myself. They were interested in my input on science communication and my use of social media to promote science and my research. They also selected me as an Ambassador of Sustainability as I use some of the lab equipment they provide to minimise the waste of … Read More Collaboration with Asynt.ltd

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Collaboration with the Female Scientist association

The portrait of myself as a Female Scientist can also be found here Meet Teresa Ambrosio – scientist – woman – advocate! Teresa is a PhD student in Sustainable Chemistry at the University of Nottingham. She graduated cum laude from La Sapienza – University of Rome in 2014. Her current research is based on C-H activations and how to develop more sustainable chemical reactions. Teresa … Read More Collaboration with the Female Scientist association