Fernando Gomollón-Bel is a science communicator and freelance science writer.
While researching new fungicides for his PhD in organic chemistry, Fernando began collaborating on several science communication projects. He organised Pint of Science festivals in pubs and collaborated with blogs, newspapers and magazines.
After an internship with Chemistry World and Education in Chemistry, he started a new challenge as a science communicator at the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia.
- Magnificent molecules
Fernando Gomollón-Bel discovers the story of one of the most ubiquitous artificial compounds
Dibrominated tag helps identify new natural products
New substance allows researchers to find new aldehyde- and ketone-containing natural products
Schools step up to the Science Mark
Science departments recognised for excellent teaching
Hefty trainee teacher bursaries get mixed reception
The Department for Education has announced substantial new bursaries for teacher training – but some are larger than others
Study calls for universities to require A-level maths for chemistry
Benefits for chemistry undergraduates who study maths