Science, Engineering and Medical Research Disciplines
Activities to be conducted:
Number and profile of expected participants:
Current students / recent graduates from science, engineering and medical research disciplines
Space is limited. Selection of participants will be made based on your submitted profile.
Selected participants will be notified by email.
9-11 June 2022 (Thursday-Saturday) 9:30am-12:30pm
June 7, 2022
Ai Lin received her B.Sc in Chemistry from the University of San Francisco in 2001 and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Purdue University in 2006. Her research focused on improving adhesion of orthopaedic implant materials to bone tissue. In 2006, she joined Nature Research (a division of SpringerNature) as one of the founding editors of Nature Nanotechnology. She was responsible for biomedical content on the journal, handling primary research papers in the areas of nanomedicine, biomaterials, environmental, health and safety issues surrounding nanotechnology. She has commissioned, edited, and written numerous articles and editorials for the journal. Between 2014 and 2016, Ai Lin was elected as a member of the World Economic Forum, Global Agenda Council for Nanotechnology, where she joined a team of experts providing scientific intelligence on nanotechnology at the Forum. In 2017, she launched Science Storylab to share her experience and knowledge in scientific research, publishing, and communication. Ai Lin has helped numerous researchers acquire funding and publish in high impact journals. Besides consulting, she teaches science writing and oracy to researchers in academia and industry. She is a certified facilitator in the Lego® Serious Play® method and is based in Hong Kong.