In the summer of 2009, I joined the Museum of Science in the Strategic Projects department. My primary role is public education and outreach on the topic of nanoscale science and technology. I develop educational materials, give live presentations, deliver podcasts, run science communication workshops for early career researchers, collaborate with our partners at Harvard's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center and the Center for Highrate Nanomanufacturing at Northeastern, UMass Lowell, and UNH; and generally support our group's efforts to inform the public about the nanoworld.
I studied Biology at Princeton University and Science Education at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Previously, I've worked as a middle school science teacher and a market research consultant.
Nanoscale phenomena, Data visualization, Technology tools and applications, Health and medicine, Environment, Information technology, Energy, Societal implications, Envisioning the future