- Juan Campos Quemada is a part time lecturer at Complutense University, where he teaches philosophy of nature and advanced courses in the philosophy of physics and biology. He graduated in Physics at Complutense University of Madrid. He then undertook advanced studies in Astrophysics at the Autonoma University of Madrid and obtained, at Complutense University, the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (QTS) in Physics. Since the year 2007 he supervises the scientific and educational content for the international project for the teaching of astronomy “Hands on Universe” (HOU-Spain) within the Galileo Teacher Training Programme (GTTP) promoted by the International Astronomical Union. In the year 2010 he completed a Masters Degree in Advanced Philosophical Studies in the Complutense University of Madrid with a dissertation on quantum issues at the origin of life. On December 2, 2019, he successfully defended his PhD dissertation, awarded cum laude and entitled "El Darwinismo Cuántico: El Concepto de Información y la Metafísica Cuántica" ("Quantum Darwinism: The Concept of Information and Quantum Metaphysics").