The latest edition of the Science Outside the Lab program sponsored by the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure, “Nanotechnology and Policy,” recently happened in Washington DC and I got to take part! The week-long program focused on exposing graduate students working in the field of nanotechnology to policymakers and public servants in the DC area.
The journal article I wrote based on the work I presented at last year’s Electronic Materials Conference was recently peer-reviewed and published in the Journal of Electronic Materials. Going through the writing, editing, and review process for the first time was incredibly exciting! It feels great to know that my research output can now be accessed by anyone that wishes to see my contributions to the field.