Mike Stopa is a nanotechnologist. He has published nearly a hundred papers on the physics, chemistry and bio-chemistry of very small things. And his main focus has always been: how do we get those small things to work for us?
He’s currently teaching graduate chemistry at MIT, consulting for the National Science Foundation and working with a start-up that has developed a new type of computer memory. Until last year he was a Harvard researcher specializing in computation and nanoscience in the Physics Department.
Mike is a lifelong Republican who has run for Congress in Massachusetts.