Camilo Sánchez (ESR8) Have you ever noticed how some objects change their properties when they are left under the Sun? For example, when a newspaper is exposed to sunlight for several days, it becomes yellowish. This remarkable process is called photodecomposition, which means that a substance is...

Barbara Kalebić (ESR7) Every day, we are faced with the significant progress of humanity, achieving a better quality of life with more straightforward, safer, and longer living. As a consequence, science has to deal with many new and more complex problems that require an urgent finding...

Danilo Bertagna(ESR6) All of the fellows in NOWELTIES are working hard on cutting-edge technologies of water treatment. Specifically, in my case, I should study the applicability of UV-LED photocatalysis for the degradation of organic micropollutants and develop optimized photoreactor designs to further reduce energy expenses. By...

Barbara Topolovec (ESR5) I was in the lab, with my eyes fixed on my sample. At first, nothing happened, but after a few minutes, I saw them: red, yellow, and some blue spots. I repeated two more times the same experiment; my brain couldn't believe what my...