Answer: Saint Isidore
Patron saints are, according to the religious beliefs of both the Roman and Eastern Catholic Churches and the Eastern and Eastern Orthodox Churches, highly regarded and holy figures from church history who are believed to to act in some way as mediators and advocates of humanity. There are patron saints for all kinds of things, such as the birth of a child, travelers, individual cities and nations, and all kinds of activities and places.
Despite the general perception of saints as historical figures from the distant past, blacksmiths and bakers have patron saints, after all there is even a patron saint for a thoroughly modern invention: computers. Saint Isidore of Seville was known in his day as a tireless scholar and historian, he was later called "the last scholar of the ancient world," and it is this inquisitiveness and love of information that lends himself to his modern patronage. [1