Marcos Fallanza Torices, University of Cantabria
One night, I dreamed of being a researcher, and today I’m…
When I was a kid, I was very interested in understanding what was happening around me. I loved dinosaurs, nature, and I spent hours “tinkering” with whatever was at hand, or building stuff with toy bricks.
I grew up, and decided to study chemical engineering, and to work on research. Even though there have been difficult moments, in my career I learn new things daily, and I have the chance to meet fascinating people, travel and live in other countries.
Luckily, in my job I have the chance to “play” like I did as a child. Every day, I face a new challenge. I keep asking myself questions, and I search the answers with my co-workers. I also have the chance to help other people to learn and to grow themselves, which represents a huge satisfaction for me.
One time, without even knowing what it meant, I dreamt of being a researcher, and today I’m fulfilling my dream.
Phone: 942 200870
Departamento de Ingenierías Química y Biomolecular. University of Cantabria.COMPARTE EN TUS REDES SOCIALES CON EL HASHTAG #NIGHTSPAIN