Michelle is an assistant editor at Chemical Engineering Progress, where she covers topics ranging from metamaterials (what they are and how they’re being used), to supercomputer advancements, to what’s up in biotechnology. She has written for Popular Science, Psychology Today, TechNewsDaily.com, InnovationNewsDaily.com, and MensHealth.com.
Before becoming a writer, she worked as a chemical engineer at W.L. Gore, where she developed new processes and products (including some of the PacLite gear). Michelle has a BChE from the University of Delaware and an MS in science journalism from New York University. In her free time, she trains in Muay Thai kickboxing.
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