As I have been always keen to discover new things, I joined the under-grad program of Azad University in Tehran in 2010. I completed an internship program at Tehran Refinery and, in the process, I found the water treatment technology of the refinery interesting, which was done by Types of microorganisms (bacteria), and from then on, the science of polymers became so interesting to me. For studying PhD, I looked for an opportunity to study and work on polymers as well as polymer substitute biopolymers. After my post-graduate studies in chemical and polymer engineering, I started to work with a research group in Spain. We are working to improve drug delivery by modifying biodegradable and biocompatible polymers. That is what encouraged me to come to Spain to work on my Ph.D.