QUIK IN THE SPACE SCIENCE REVIEWS 1. 7. 2023 A collection of three articles summarising the rich “Science with a small two-band UV-photometry mission”, written by the QUVIK science team, have been submitted to Space Science Reviews, a key international journal on space research. The first paper, entitled Science with a small two-band UV-photometry mission I: Mission description and follow-up observations of stellar transients, describes the QUVIK mission and its expected contribution to the study of stellar explosions, such as kilonova, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts. The second paper, entitled Science with a small two-band UV-photometry mission II: Observations of stars and stellar systems, summarises the potential of QUVIK for studying stars, exoplanets, and star clusters. And finally, the third paper, Science with a small two-band UV-photometry mission III: Active Galactic Nuclei and nuclear transients, discusses how QUVIK will help us understand the activity of supermassive black holes in the centres of galaxies. The science team, which worked on these papers is led by the Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, and includes scientists from the Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Science and Charles University as well as researchers from other countries.