Dr. Claudia Camacho-Zuñiga is research-based science professor focused on innovation and transformation of higher education with more than 25 years of experience. She holds a DSc. in Materials Science from the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México and a M.Sc. Chemical Engineering and a Licentiate in Physical Engineering from the Universidad Iberoamericana. She is the author of the books: “Experimentar y Medir: Cómo aprender en el mundo real”, “Lecturas introductorias a la termodinámica y su aplicación a procesos ingenieriles”, and “Pensamiento Matemático I”. She is the founder of “Sistema Tlamatini”, an innovative and inclusive system to develop mathematical reasoning skills in children and adolescents, that was awarded in 2015 as Best Social Entrepreneurship by the H. Ayuntamiento de Toluca. Due to her research on citizenship, inclusion and gender equality, she belongs to the National System of Researchers and has been cited more than 280 times, including a mention of her work on education during the COVID-19 quarantine by the World Health Organization. Currently, she is a researcher at the Institute for the Future of Education and a professor at the School of Engineering and Sciences at the Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Toluca, Mexico. Since 2014, she has been developing innovation and educational research to foster in undergraduates and academics a passion for science, ethical and civic commitment, and appreciation for the diversity of knowledge and people.