Bloggen til Sabrina Sartori
In the middle of a heat wave that hit my Italian summer holiday, I “escaped” to California to discuss how to tackle crucial energy and sustainability challenges with a group of enthusiastic lecturers and students.
There is no doubt that Australia and Japan are two different countries in many ways, for instance from the point of view of their climate, resources, landscape. Such differences are important when considering which renewable energy sources are appropriate to invest into.
Are you a PhD student wanting to travel to a conference to present your results? At the National University of Singapore (NUS) you need to win a competition!
A month in Singapore is a peek into the future.
Where else can you get a wide glimpse into the frontier of materials discoveries if not at an event like the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston?
I often ask myself how can I promote deep active learning against a superficial one.
A team of experts on carbon budgets recently published a study in Nature Geoscience that is stimulating mixed reviews, controversies among scientists and confusion in the media.
The new edition of the festival is around the corner! This year it is a great pleasure for me to participate as a speaker.
Before this trip, I knew very little about Kazakhstan. Then I was invited to present my work at the Italian-Kazakh bilateral symposium “Our common future: energy, environment and development”, organised at the Expo 2017 Future Energy in Astana.