I am a Science teacher at Anatolia College Thessaloniki, Greece. I teach Physics, Biology and Geography for Middle Year and High school, ages 12- 16. I am also part of my schools STEM team and a part of the instructional team of the John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Greece ( CTY Greece). Furthermore I am an ambassador for Scientix, the community for science education in Europe. I hold a Physics degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a Master of Science from the Biomedical Engineering Department of Imperial College London, a PhD on stem cells and biomaterials from the Biology Department of Aristotle University Thessaloniki and a Diploma for Decision Making in Management from LSE. From 2009 to 2015 I have worked in the private biotechnology sector in laboratory quality management and research and development responsible for implementation and internal audits of European R&D projects. I have published 12 Scientific papers and participated in National and International conferences. I have attended workshops for science education at European Space Agency ( ESA robotics and automation teacher training) , CERN ( European Organization for Nuclear Research teacher training ), European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL- genes in the classroom ), European School ( Science project Workshops in the future classroom) .