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    TPT-Twin Cities Public Television, St. Paul, MN

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    Lisa Regalla is the Science Editor for DragonflyTV and developed science content for this season of DragonflyTV Nano. She was in charge of the scientific accuracy of the production as well as the accompanying educational materials in collaboration with science museums and research institutes. Lisa obtained her PhD in Chemistry in 2007 from the University of Florida. She has had several years of experience in science outreach. Prior to graduate school, she was employed for two years as the Manager of School Partnerships and Outreach Program Coordinator at The Discovery Center of Science & Technology in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Following her graduate career, she was an Education Associate at the Museum of Science, Boston, specializing in educating the public in nanoscale science and technology.


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