Livermore Lab Internship Helps Stevens Junior Set Her Sights on Grad School
“My internship at LLNL solidified my decision about going to graduate school because it helped to remove any apprehension I had about choosing that path,” says engineering physics undergraduate MacKenzie Randle. “I got to see firsthand what I could do with a Ph.D., and realized that I really wanted to work in research.”
Detecting Poisonous and Hazardous Air Contaminants From a Safe Distance
In collaboration with the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command and with the support of the Office of Naval Research, physics professor Svetlana Malinovskaya is attempting to develop a new idea that might one day lead to a portable device that detects poisonous and hazardous contaminants in the air from a safe distance.