Michele Catanzaro

Michele Catanzaro (Rome, 1979) is a journalist based in Barcelona. He has a PhD in Physics from the Technical University of Catalonia on complex networks theory. He has worked since 2001 as a freelance, writing for outlets like Nature, Science, Physicsworld, Chemistry World, The Guardian, El Periódico, and Le Scienze, among others. He is the author of the book Networks: A Very Short Introduction and the co-author of the documentary Fast Track Injustice: The Óscar Sánchez Case (2014), that received the Golden Nymph Award in 2015. His work has been recognized also by the King of Spain International Journalism Prize and the BBVA Innovadata award, among others. He has been director and script writer for RTVE (the Spanish public television) and BarcelonaTV. He was press officer at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) in Barcelona. He has coordinated public lectures in science at the 150-years-old cultural association Ateneu Barcelonès. He has been Journalist in Residence at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies.

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