Natalia Pérez-Galdós is a writer, translator and photographer. She holds a degree in Philosophy (UAM), diploma in Fine Arts (UCM) and masters’ degree of journalism UAM / EL PAIS. She has worked in press, in various cultural-audiovisual content companies and on television – she worked as a senior writer and screenwriter for ten years at CANAL+. Regarding her scientific dissemination work, she has curated exhibitions on characters such as José Echegaray or Juan Benet. She has translated classics such as Robert Boyle or contemporaries such as Richard Dawkins and has written books such as El Mundo y la Química.
She is currently in charge of the scientific dissemination collection books for young people Ada Science and Dr. Azufre, whose first two titles Cronos Cautivo and La fuerza se ate is the author.