Oxygen, the science for everyone

To encourage the integration between science and society as well as promote the diffusion of the belief and the impulse of dialogue and scientific debate. These are the objectives which have led Enel to create Oxygen, a quarterly magazine which, in approximately a hundred pages, addresses emerging issues in the industry turning to specialist such as ordinary citizens.

Rigorous, technical and at the same time simple and clear, the magazine aims at developing the scientific culture from aspects of daily life to the most advanced research frontiers, not only responding to the curiosity of the reader but also prompting new reflections.
Each issue features a concentration on a current topic of interest (from nuclear power to renewable energy, sustainability, etc..) with one constant objective: science for all.

OXYGEN N. 23 – Brazil. A challenge right across the field

OXYGEN N. 23 - Brazil. A challenge right across the field

After having been envied for its economic development over the past few years – whilst the crisis hung over the West – today Brazil  is experiencing a moment of adjustment. Oxygen tells the story of the present of this country with its huge contrasts, a place of immense wealth possibly at risk, which exports everything and has to import a great deal, which is growing and stopping, which is celebrating and protesting.

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