Rodrigo Liscovsky Barrera is a social researcher and a data scientist. He has a PhD in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies from the University of Edinburgh. My thesis dealt with internationalisation dynamics in South American Life Sciences where I focused on the case of zebrafish science. He is interested in topics related to scientific collaboration and mobility, Latin America, social networks, science policy, mixed-methods research, and of course the notion of internationalisation. He is currently working in data science for humanitarian assistance and cooperative development.