Pablo Rodríguez Ros
I was born (1990) and raised in Cartagena, Region of Murcia, Spain. Since I was a child I enjoyed nature, sports and science, which extremely influenced me when I was a teenager and I had to choose what to do for a living. Consequently, I studied a BSc environmental sciences, then I did a M.Sc. in Global Change, a M.Sc. in Social Communication of Scientific Research, and a M. Sc. in Public Policy Management.
I am a PhD in marine sciences (2020) by the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC) in Barcelona thanks to a grant from “la Caixa” Foundation. I finished my PhD developing a research project at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (University of California San Diego) thanks to a Fulbright fellowship. During my PhD, I researched the topic of marine trace gases in the oceans with a special focus on the Antarctic Ocean, for which I used different ecological-biogeochemical modelling approaches. Currently, I tackle scientific and environmental issues by building bridges between science, society, and politics.