76: Inventing a New Metamaterial at Sandia National Laboratories (ft. Dr. Brad Boyce)
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In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Brad Boyce, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories. With him we discuss:
🔹️ The breadth of projects people work on at Sandia.
🔹 What the process of inventing a new material is like.
🔹 What the future of MSE looks like, and how Sandia is working on it right now.
🔹 Why MSEs and other technical professionals should want to work at a national lab.
🔹And much more!
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