Graduated in Biology at the University of Vigo (2016), he completed a Master in Molecular, Cellular and Genetic Biology at the University of A Coruña (2016) and a Master in Biostatistics at the Complutense University of Madrid (2020). After her master’s degrees, she joined the Centre for Astrobiology (CAB) as a pre-doctoral research staff trainee in 2021. His research focuses on understanding what could have been the first polymers on prebiotic Earth from amino acids found in meteoritic material and asteroids, and how to detect them elsewhere in the Solar System. We are conducting a series of polymerisation experiments in different simulated prebiotic scenarios using the most frequent amino acids found in space. To detect these polymers, a series of antibodies have been developed with the aim of implementing them in the LDChip (Life Detector Chip) immunosensor to improve and increase its capabilities.