Ana Paulina López (ESR2) Hello everybody, I would like to focus on how the PhD at Nowelties has enhanced the quality of my life. Sixteen months ago, I started the doctoral pathway very excited after meeting all the talented fellows of Nowelties during our training at the...

Marina Gutierrez (ESR11) New experiences always scare us, even when we are sure the decision we have made is correct. When I started my bachelor’s in biotechnology, I did not know how exactly I was supposed to begin my scientific career. However, I was sure I wanted...

Francis dela Rosa (ESR10) Hi readers! It’s my blog contribution time again. I hope that you all have a happy new year! “Life is 10 % what happens to you and 90% how you react to it” ~ Charles R. Swindoll Last year (2020) had brought an onslaught...

Sabrina de Boer (ESR9) As you can see from the headline, my intention was to write about the mind. As soon as the idea for this article emerged in my brain, I started to put it into English words. After checking some useful expressions, I realized,...

Camilo Sánchez (ESR8) Hello everybody, I want to use this space to talk about one of the available freshwater forms that bring us life but sometimes bring death: the rivers. What kind of emotions do they evocate on you? In some ancient cultures, the rivers are considered...

Barbara Kalebić (ESR7) By protecting water, we protect the environment and human health and ensure the growth of tourism, economy, agriculture, and other activities related to the country’s growth and development. Nearly two-thirds of the world’s population faces a serious water shortage problem for at least one...

Danilo Bertagna (ESR6) Internships, exchange programs, mobility periods, training courses, seminars, conferences… this used to be the academic world pre-corona. Students and professors moving around all the time, everywhere, carrying their posters and powerpoint presentations. English being spoken in a multitude of accents. Fancy coffee breaks...

Barbara Topolovec (ESR5) Hello everyone! I would like to share some thoughts related to personal development and mindset. Let’s start with scientific facts, something we all as researchers like. The science behind positive thinking A human brain has millions of brain cells called neurons. Each neuron consists of...