All scientists must communicate their work, for what is the point of learning new things about how the world works if you don’t tell anyone about them?
— Jim Al-Khalili, physicist


I am one of those scientists who feel that it is no longer enough just to get on and do science; we need to devote an equal amount of time to communicate our research to the world.

Following this belief, I have joined some amazing projects and teams during the last few years. See some of them below:

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Read my articles for Chemistry World, the print and online magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry, distributed worldwide. 



Selecting and translating the most interesting articles from English to Spanish, so readers can enjoy science in their mother tongue.



I am always happy to collaborate and discuss the latest trends in scientific publishing. Listen to my latest interview below (in Spanish).



Volunteering to help run the activities on the Cambridge Science Festival (worked hard on the best chemical recipe to make bouncy balls!).



I believe that the ultimate goal of science is to serve society and that's why I joined scientific outreach activities during my university years.



Organising and attending scientific events on behalf of the company and acting as spokesperson when needed. In the photo, presenting an award.