R.L. "Chip" Lindsey has worked in informal science for 30 years. His career began at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History as a high school volunteer and part-time staff member. The years at FWMSH spanned curatorial, education, and program positions to become the Vice President of Creative Development. Chip became the Associate Director of the Don Harrington Discovery Center in Amarillo Texas in 2007 and now is the executive director of ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum in Ashland, Oregon. He holds a B.S. in Biology from Texas A&M and M.Ed in Education Collaboration and Research from Texas Christian University.
Nanoscale phenomena, Technology tools and applications, Health and medicine, Energy, Societal implications, Equity, Envisioning the future