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Science as Art Winners

Science as Art Winners

1st Place Winners

Mostafa Yourdkhani, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Babak Anasori, Drexel University
Fernando Soto
, University of California, San Diego

2nd Place Winners

Dishit Parekh, North Carolina State University
Ihor Radchenko
, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Qianru Jin
, Johns Hopkins University

SEM image of the freeze-fractured cross-section of a polynuclear microcapsule embedded in a polymer matrix. Nano-anatase (TiO2) crystals decorating amorphous graphene-like carbon, fabricated by oxidizing two-dimensional Ti3C2 MXene powder. Authors: Leah Clark, Babak Anasori, Yury Gogotsi Copper microstructures synthesized by template electrodeposition. The world map design was first patterned using a laser-writer on a fluorescent copper-clad circuit board from which fresh copper was then etched out using the conventional photolithography process. Based on SEM micrograph of accumulative roll bonded Cu/Nb nanolayers. The shape is obtained via FIB cutting. The image shows an array of self-folding microstructures. Each structure is 70 micrometers from tip to tip before folding. Green represents the head; red represents the two arms; blue represents the legs.

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