NSF AAAS Science and Technology Policy (STP) Fellows


Mallory Hinks  

Dr. Mallory Hinks
National Nanotechnology Coordinating Office
Class of 2018-2019

Mallory Hinks earned her Ph.D. in Atmospheric Chemistry from the University of California, Irvine in May 2017. Her research focused on understanding the effect of environmental conditions on properties of atmospheric aerosols, which can influence climate change and human health. She also earned an M.S. in Chemistry from San Diego State University, where she researched the surface chemistry of silver nanoparticles. While in graduate school, Mallory was highly active in outreach. She has given many presentations aimed at explaining climate change science to general audiences. Additionally, she worked as a Science Communication Fellow for the NPR radio show, the Low Down on Science. Most recently, as a AAAS/AIP Congressional Fellow, Mallory worked for Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) on science and environment policy.


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