Beth is a trained scientist and science communicator who is passionate about helping scientists communicate their work. She collaborates with colleagues across PNNL to tell stories about highly technical topics in an engaging way. Having worked as a freelance technical editor, she also writes and edits technical material. Beth joined PNNL in 2020 and holds a PhD in chemistry with a concentration in science, technology, and society studies from the University of Washington. In her previous life as a chemist, Beth designed new and better ways to create energy-relevant nanomaterials. She currently works with physical sciences researchers at PNNL. Learn more on her LinkedIn.