Research Biologist, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command
Kris Senecal is a research biologist working for the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. While her current work focusses on textile supercapacitors for energy storage and skin simulants for burn testing, she has worked for the government on diverse projects, such as spider silk protein chemistry and fabrication of conductive polymers in nanofibers. She received Army Research and Development Achievement Awards for her research in conductive polymer fibers, bio-sensing of food pathogens, and multi-functional fibers.
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