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Lee-Gray Boze

PhD in Public Policy

Lee-Gray Boze is a PhD student in Public Policy focusing on science policy. He is interested in how science and research are applied through policy to address social problems, and how to reconcile the disconnect between the two.

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Lee-Gray Boze currently works in Woods Hole as an ocean scientist developing tools to better understand methane dynamics in both geochemistry and geotechnical labs. Prior to this, he conducted research in rock mechanics modeling earthquakes in Menlo Park, California. His background includes working in the US Geological Survey and the National Park Service as a scientist, and as a mud logger in the Bakken oil shale in North Dakota. In addition, Lee-Gray leads cave exploration trips through his non-profit, the Cave Exploration Society, to Cuba, Turkey, and around the United States developing new technology and coordinate large-scale expeditions to push the survey of deep / long caves.

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