The Singapore-based materials scientist on her love for science, promoting gender equality in STEM, and how innovations in materials can propel advances in healthcare.
Sai Kishore Ravi
Sai is an editor for Wiley's Advanced family journals based in Germany. He specializes in energy and sustainability research, and related interdisciplinary topics. He earned his doctorate degree at the National University of Singapore where he studied how natural biological systems in plants and bacteria can be used for harvesting solar energy. Aside from science, Sai enjoys solo hiking and exploring the wonders of nature off the beaten path.
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