Kezi Cheng

Kezi Cheng is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences where her research focuses  on photo-induced dynamic covalent chemistries for elastomersand polymer networks. She is an NSF graduate research fellow, a Harvard Graduate Energy and Environment Consortium fellow, and is on the organizing team for the inaugural Harvard Circular Economy Symposium. Cheng holds a bachelor's degree in materials science and engineering with a minor in management from MIT. She has experience in technology licensing and working with industry partners to bring lab innovations to market. Cheng is a Cohort 2021 Activate Fellow and co-founder of Flo.Materials, a startup commercializing a new class of infinitely recyclable polymers and offering recycling as a service.

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