Alina held a scientific outreach seminar at her former high school. The seminar focused on mercury and its biogeochemical cycle in seawater. Introducing the GMOS Train project and talking spe cifically about her research project within the initiative. The main goal of this seminar was to inspire the next generation about scientific research. With passion and expertise, she engaged the high school students in an informative session about the behavior of mercury in marine environments and its consequences for both aquatic life and human well-being.

As part of the GMOS Train project, Alina’s research aimed to better understand how mercury cycles through the marine ecosystem. She shared insights about her work and the efforts made by researchers to obtain and analyze seawater samples. Throughout the seminar, the students were curious, and they actively participated in the discussion.