Ramón Núñez Centella Interview
Ramón Núñez Centella was born in La Coruña in 1946. Being son, grandson and great-grandson of teachers, he decided to change his career from the chemical industry to the science education and spreading. He has been the author and designer of the “House of the Sciences”, the House of the Man (Domus) and the House of the Fishes (Finisterrae Aquarium) in La Coruña as well as the National Museum of Science and Technology that nowadays runs. He has also taken part in the museology design of other different centers, such as the Museu de las Cièncias Príncipe Felipe in Valencia and the Museum of Human Evolution in Burgos. He is the director and author of many different exhibitions and programs of the planetary.Moreover, he has written about a hundred of articles on the popularization of science. He is usual collaborator of different media, such us the magazine Muy Interesante, and author of several books like “Nombres Comunes, Visiones Propias”, “Esta es mi gente” or “Un científico en la cocina”. He was National Science Journalism Award and he is member, among other institutions, of the Galician Gastronomy Academy.