Maria Burguete


a scientist at Bento da Rocha Cabral in Portugal, received her PhD in History of Science (contemporary chemistry) from Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany (2000). She graduated from the Faculty of Sciences in Lisbon (1982) after obtaining BS in Chemical Engineering (1979). She has research experience in a diversity of scientific fields, which enhanced the development of her interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity. Since 2010 she is a Corresponding Member of the European Academy of Sciences Arts and Letters (founded in Paris, 1980). Her currents research interests are Science Matters Courses and in 2018 she created the first Science Matters Center in the world in Cascais, Portugal (