(Spain, 1969) A Doctor in Biological Sciences from the University of Barcelona, the biologist and writer Sergio Rossi has participated in research missions in the Antarctic and worked for various publications as a science writer. Since 2007 he has been working as a researcher at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (Barcelona’s Autonomous University) and has worked for more than thirteen years at the Institute of Marine Sciences in Barcelona. He specialises in marine biology and conservation and has participated in a number of scientific expeditions that have taken him around the world. He is the author of the works of popular science Medusa; La Antártida, el futuro del continente blanco; Un viaje a la Antártida. Un científico en el continente olvidado
; and El cementerio de icebergs.
His publications also include the series of children’s books about the environment El equipo Krakatek
(2011) and a scientific work describing the current state of our oceans: El planeta azul. Un universo en extinción.
He has worked as a science writer and photographer for different publications, such as Público, El País, Muy Interesante, Quercus
and Investigación y Ciencia.