Adele Bosi is a heritage scientist with a main research interest in organic materials and archaeometry. In 2015, she partecipated in the frescoes restoration intervention in Chiesa Nuova, Assisi. In 2018, she obtained her master's degree from "Sapienza" University of Rome with a thesis on contemporary graffiti paints, their fastness, and ethical issues in their conservation. She spent two years in Germany, where she worked together with the Berlin National Museums and the Potsdam Filmmuseum, focusing on polymers and synthetic organic pigments chemistry and their degradation phenomena in modern artworks and audio-visual heritage. Her PhD project concerns natural organic pigments investigation on inorganic supports, such as archaeological artifacts and paint layers, for historical research and conservation purposes.