Ricochet contributor Mike Stopa is a nanotechnologist. He’s also a fervent supporter of Donald Trump. 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.
In this In Conversation, Stopa and Rob Long debate the veracity of Trump, his campaign, and what his presidency might look like.