Anne ArnoldMaterials Scientistat Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Anne Arnold is a materials science researcher at PNNL in the National Security Division, where she works as a materials chemist. Prior to PNNL, she received her B.S. in chemistry from Saint Francis University, M.S. in biology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Ph.D. in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University. Her work at PNNL involves the design, synthesis, and characterization of new materials or modification/repurposing of commercially available materials for aerospace, threat detection, and complex separations. Anne strives to identify unique problems matched with creative approaches to address pertinent issues. She finds the complexity and creativity involved in her scientific work compliments the creation of new art compositions in her spare time.