Lorenzo Antonelli was born in Rome (RM) on 07/12/1998. He graduated in Chemistry in 2020 at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome, with a compilative thesis in the field of Analytical Chemistry entitled "Methods of analysis for the speciation of vitamers K in blood", obtaining a grade of 110/110 cum laude. He obtained a master’s degree in Analytical Chemistry, at the same university, with a 110/110 cum laude grade, discussing the thesis entitled "Assessment of the purity of quizalofop-ethyl in a commercial formulation and its enantioselective fate in soil and some agricultural products". During his studies, he was the winner of four collaboration grants, completed in the period between 2018 and 2022. The activity associated with these grants was carried out in the laboratories of Analytical Chemistry I (for two consecutive years), Analytical Chemistry II and Analytical Chemistry III. Since November 2022 he has been the holder of a doctoral scholarship at the Chemistry Department of La Sapienza University, under the supervision of Professor Alessandra Gentili, carrying out research activities in the field of "Green Chemistry" with the aim of developing of innovative and sustainable extractive techniques.