Eugenio Manuel Fernández Aguilar (Seville, 1976) has a degree in Physics from the University of Seville and currently works as a secondary school science teacher. He is also a member of the team of authors of science textbooks for several publishing houses, such as Algaida-Anaya or Edebé.
Eugene has given numerous conferences, courses, lectures and workshops on the popularization of science. He has also published several books in this field, including three scientific biographies translated into Italian, French, Portuguese and Russian: “La conspiración lunar ¡vaya timo!” (Laetoli), “Arquímedes” (RBA, NG), “Ampère” (RBA, NG), “Boyle” (RBA, NG), “Eso no estaba en mi libro de historia de la ciencia” (Almuzara) and “Los renglones torcidos de la ciencia” (Antoni Bosch).
Also, Eugenio has participated with his poems in several anthologies and constantly updates his blogs “Science in the XXI” and «Ciencia en el XXI» and «Ciencia en blanco y negro».