Yujia He is a Research Intern for the Science and Technology Innovation Program at the Wilson Center. Yujia graduated from the interdisciplinary doctoral program of International Affairs, Science and Technology at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA in August 2016. She has also received M.S. degree in International Affairs from Georgia Tech, B.S. degree in Chemistry from Peking University in Beijing, China, and Stanford China Program certificate. Yujia’s areas of specialization include science and technology policy, environmental and energy policy, international political economy, and comparative politics of Asia. Her dissertation studies China’s reregulation of the rare earth industry, and she has published in International Journal of Emerging Markets. She was a New Generation China Scholar at the University of Chicago Center in Beijing (2012-13), a Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy grantee (2011-12), George Washington University Center for International Business Education and Research Summer Fellow (2012), University of Chicago Atomic Age Symposium Scholar (2012), Sam Nunn Security Program Fellow (2009-10) and Peking University Mingde Fellow (2005-09).