Interview with Pinshane Huang, who has a phd in applied physics and is a postdoc at Columbia University in the Materials Research Science & Engineering Center. She is a photographer for tiny things.
Hosted by Sarah Worsham.
Music is Light Emotions by MIGmusic.
Listen to Women in STEM podcast Episode 13:
- Pinshane’s Google Scholar Citations
- Bending World’s Thinnest Glass Shows Atoms’ Dance
- SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENTS: PINSHANE HUANG (Cornell University)
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