After his studies in Medicine and Biology, Pablo Rosenblatt obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Canada where he majored in Films, specializing in scientific contents. In 1992, he founded Imago a company producing scientific documentaries.Since then, he has produced Chile’s award-winning television series called Enlaces. In 2004, he received the Grand Prix Jules Verne in Paris, the world’s most important award for dissemination of scientific and technological culture. In 2006, he cofounded the Eureka Program at Fundación Ciencia & Vida, with the objective of developing educational materials on science and technology aimed at high school and university students. This program has a catalog with more than 80 interactive multimedia science education products, four TV series and one Immunology video game, “Xentinelas Xelulares”, launched in 2012.