Marta Ramos finished her bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering in 2015 at University of Valladolid. In 2017, she also finished her Master on Chemical Engineering at the same University, performing her master thesis at Instituto Superior Tecnico (IST) in Lisbon (Portugal). Her research has concerned biomass valorization through biotechnology processes from 2013 to 2015 (Chemical and Biochemical Processes Technology Group, University of Valladolid) and simulation of mass transfer in membranes using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) during 2017 (Center of Physics and Engineering of Advanced Materials, IST). She has obtained the Extraordinary End of Studies Award in 2015 and the Extraordinary End of Master Studies Award in 2017, both from University of Valladolid. During her master studies, she received a grant from the Spanish Government to carry out her doctoral thesis. Nowadays, she combines teaching collaboration with her research focuses on the development of a biorefinery to obtain hemicelluoses from residual biomass. This includes the design of a fractionation system to obtain hemicelluloses with different molecular weight and degree of polymerization, high concentration and purity. These properties are crucial to control the final product properties.