The technical progress of a country needs science of quality, and the country invests as much in science as great is the interest of the citizens for it. For this reason, the scientific divulgation is not only to explain to the people the advances that are produced thanks to their taxes, but a fundamental piece to create a culture of love for the knowledge and the progress. Isaac Asimov, Carl Sagan, David Attenborough, or Neil deGrasse have proven time and time again that people enjoy science, provided there is someone willing to explain it to them in the easy terms. Now it’s up to us to continue with that task.
It is important to ensure that changes are heading in the right directions. In a democratic society, this means that everyone needs to have basic understanding of science to make informed decisions about the future. – Stephen Hawking
As a scientific communicator, I write in newspapers, magazines and blogs to bring you the topics that I love the most. It is no coincidence that I often do this by mixing the sciences and the humanities, because I consider that they are by no means at odds and that the multidisciplinary vision helps to understand the world and ourselves. Some articles I have written are:
But I do not just write reports. The best disclosure is the foot of the street, and so I have managed large-scale projects such as National Biotechnology Week or Biotechnofarm in the Community of Madrid. I have also collaborated with educational non-profit organizations such as the Promete Foundation.
If you have any project to propose, write me and I will analyze it delighted.
You can read more articles in my blog and in my Humanist Science page.