VOL. IV (2022-2023)
Elizabeth Bernhardt is a graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering department at MIT. Her research investigates the integration of carbon capture with electrochemical conversion to produce value-added fuels and chemicals, and is funded by an NSF Graduate Research Program Fellowship. Outside of research, Elizabeth loves baking, watercolor painting, and exploring nature.
Jenny is a PhD candidate in the Biology department at MIT. She studies transcriptional regulation in cyanobacteria, a photosynthetic model organism that could one day be used to produce useful substances for human societies while drawing carbon out of the atmosphere. Jenny previously served as an Associate Editor for Volume III and as an author for Volume II. Outside of science, she enjoys painting, creative writing, learning languages, and exploring the vintage markets of New England.
Steven Cheng is a PhD candidate in Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University. His current research with Prof. Christina Woo focuses on development of chemical tools to study biological processes. Prior to becoming an Executive Editor, Steven served as an author and associate editor in the previous volumes of the MIT Science Policy Review. Outside the lab, Steven enjoys going to movies and concerts.
Daymé Delgado is the Creative Director of the MIT Science Policy Review. She is studying Mechanical Engineering with a focus on sustainable design and is currently entering last semester as an undergraduate. Outside of the classroom, she is a sister of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and is an Admissions Ambassador on the Multicultural Recruitment Team. Dayme enjoys swimming, sudoku and digital design.
Timothy Kostolansky is the Technology Director of the MIT Science Policy Review. He is studying computer science and physics, currently in his fourth year as an undergraduate. Outside of the classroom, is the treasurer of the MIT Quantum Computing Club. He enjoys reading, Wii sports, and the prospects of machine intelligence.
Chief Exectuvie Officer (CEO)
Julian Manyika is the CEO of the MIT Science Policy Review, and formerly a founding Technology Director. He is a senior pursuing a double major in computer science and philosophy, and is an undergraduate researcher at the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). Outside of academics, Julian plays basketball and enjoys reading and writing short stories.
Bertrand Neyhouse is a PhD student in Chemical Engineering at MIT. His research broadly applies electrochemical engineering principles to advance the development of redox flow batteries with a focus on improving separation strategies for nonaqueous systems.more
Sarah Radway is a PhD student in computer science and public policy at The Tufts School of Computer Science & The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. She is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, and her research interests lie at the intersection of technology and policy, particularly in matters of consumer privacy and equity. She is a dancer, hiker, reader, and expert pancake maker.
Chief Operations Officer (COO)
Arjav Shah is a PhD student in the Department of Chemical Engineering at MIT. Upon completing his doctorate, he will pursue an MBA at MIT Sloan. Currently, his research with Prof. Patrick Doyle and researchers at SMART CAMP is focused on nanopore fingerprinting of microbes to make cell therapies safer. more
Laura Shupp is a PhD student in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, & Strategic Management (TIES) at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Her research is focused on tracing technological emergence using patent and publication data, and is funded by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in Science Policy.
Prior to entering her PhD, Laura spent six years analyzing mechanisms applied to enhance national innovative capacity across Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, and on a U.S. Fulbright Research Fellowship to Bahrain. In her free time, Laura enjoys biking and being in nature.
Anuraag is the CTO/ cofounder at an early stage startup, called TechNext, based on his MIT research on technology improvement rates. Before TechNext, Anuraag was a Fellow, MIT System Design and Management and a part of an all-MIT initiative called the MIT Work of the Future Task Force. He worked for Honda R&D Japan in Tokyo at Think Lab, which helped create long term strategy for the company. Anuraag also worked briefly at the Department of Science & Technology Center for Policy Research at IIT Delhi, where he did innovation policy research, particularly innovation assessment and incubators. He loves playing soccer in his free time.
Nathan Stover is a graduate student in MIT’s Chemical Engineering department. He does research on polymerizable two-dimensional materials under Professor Michael Strano. Outside of the lab, Nathan enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring the city of Boston.
VOL. III (2021-2022)
VOL. II (2020-2021)
VOL. I (2019-2020)
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