Alba Arabia completed her BSc in Biotechnology at the University of Barcelona (UB) and her MSC in Novel Foods at Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Then, she studied an MSc in Environmental Agrobiology at the University of Barcelona (UB). Alba started collaborating with the ANTIOX group in 2018, where she developed her BSc final project about the differential accumulation of tocochromanols in strawberry. For her MSc, she focused her research on the development of a commercial product to expand shelf-life of stone fruits during postharvest. At the moment, Alba is a PhD student within the PLANTsynergy research group where she is investigating the complex interplay of hormones and biomolecules that regulate fruit ripening and postharvest in non-climacteric fruits, focusing on melatonin’s physiological function and its technological applications for improving fruit quality.