Florida State Student Working for Dr. Steve Acquah Attends the Prestigious Nobel Laureates Meeting in Lindau


Patricia Martin, a senior who conducted research in Dr. Steve Acquah’s laboratory participated in the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting in Germany. She was selected as one of 400 gifted scientists from a worldwide search.
Patricia has been working on research projects focusing on thin-film batteries and creating advanced conductive filaments for 3D printing with graphene and carbon nanotubes. She also works for GEOSET Studios, helping the university community with outreach activities, while creating a web based series on genetic disorders called Helix.
Dr. Acquah said, "Patricia has always demonstrated a passion for science and educational outreach. Her commitment to advancing the sciences is an inspiration to her peers and the next generation of women in science".


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