Leyre Fernández Inchusta acquired a B. Sc. Chemistry in 2019 from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her bachelor's thesis focus in the "Synthesis of inorganic sensors" at the "Daza de Valdes" Institute of Optics belonging to the Spanish National Research Council (IO-CSIC). During 2020 she continued her studies and obtained a M. Sc. in Energy and Fuels for the Future at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her final master's project encompass discussion on the "Development of nickel-based catalysts and reducible oxides for the catalytic reduction of carbon dioxide" which was carried out at the Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemicals and the Institute of Materials Science in Madrid, both belonging to the CSIC. Since november 2020 she is part of the Systems Analysis Unit of IMDEA Energy as a predoctoral researcher.