I used to be an atomic physicist. While teaching undergrad physics lab sections, I got interested in how students learn in the laboratory.
The name "Hyperfine Labs" came from the hyperfine structure of the atom, and also because it kinda sounds like "really good labs", which is what I decided I wanted to work on.
About five years later, I finished my Ph.D. in science education, and am now a researcher at the Concord Consortium in Emeryville, CA. I work on making "really good labs."
This is a personal blog where I'll write mainly about side projects I work on, and the things I think about while working on them.