Miguel García Guerrero

Miguel García Guerrero

Miguel García Guerrero

Bachelor of Physics (Autonomous University of Zacatecas), Master of Science, Technology and Society (University of Quilmes, Argentina) and PhD in Development Studies (Autonomous University of Zacatecas). He began his career in scientific dissemination in 1995. He is Responsible for Outreach Activities at the Science Museum of the Autonomous University of Zacatecas and President of Recreation at Cadena AC, the Mexican Network of Science Workshop. He is the author of three books and coordinator of another eight, all on publicity issues. He has published twelve articles in peer-reviewed journals and ten book chapters. His most recent works are “The role of historical experience and trust in the communication of emerging technologies: the case of nanotechnologies” and “Keeping the flame lit: the value of the long-term permanence of a science club”.