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
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
PubhD is an OutReach and public engagement event where local PhD students go to a pub and talk about their research to the general public. PhD runs in the main cities in Europe, Lisbon, Dublin, London etc. etc. Wed the 21st of Feb, I gave my talk and told about my research on catalysis and C-H activations. I will give a brief summary here.
While I was wondering in Nottingham, I came across this book and I bought it straight away. This is where my passion from chemistry started from: by studying the periodic table, the “rational” collection of all the elements on earth. If you want to buy the same book please click here.
Is the “clean diet” appropriate to lose weight safely? Should I take vaccines or shouldn’t I? Should we care about climate change, or do human activities contribute to climate change? Will I improve my health by taking vitamin supplements? How many times have you heard these or similar questions? We are constantly bombarded by this type of news. We read on social media, newspapers, … Read More When is a scientific news real or fake?
An Italian version of this article was published by the Italian Researchers Association. I attended a public engage event last night, called PubhD. PubhD is a monthly OutReach event running in all the biggest cities in Europe where PhD students go to a pub and talk about their research to the general public. Stay tuned as I will be presenting my research on C-H … Read More Is it duty for scientists to communicate science to the public???
PARTE IN ITALIANO DOPO QUELLA IN INGLESE This is the first of my interview article to people inside and outside academia who made their own way to success. I decided to start talking about the experience of Cosimo and Vincenzo. They both come from Southern Italy like me and are currently working at the Institute of Aerospace Technology at the University of Nottingham. They … Read More Phd to success 1.0 – Vincenzo and Cosimo