I’ve been a science communicator since 2010. In 2017, I graduated with a master’s degree from the Boston University’s Science Journalism Program.
I started working in communication as a Public Information Officer for the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Canary Islands, Spain). Then I worked at the University of Florida´s Astronomy Department (USA) and at the European Southern Observatory Headquarters in Munich (Germany). During my master´s, I did internships at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and Sky & Telescope Magazine. Since 2013 I’ve been a freelance journalist publishing in international outlets like El Pais, BBVA Openmind, Sky & Telescope Magazine, among others.
In 2014, I helped create ECUSA-Boston, a non-profit organization that promotes science in society, helps science professionals in their careers and promotes collaborations between the US and Spain. I was editor of the newsletter and member of the board of directors until January 2017.