2012 Graduate Research Photo Contest Winners
GSA would like to announce the winners of the 2012 Graduate Student Research Photo Contest. First, thanks to all who entered and voted. The entries were all fantastic, compelling images of visual data and research. All 29 photos can be found on the GSA Facebook event page. Many of them will be displayed in the Graduate Student Lounge. Winners can claim their prizes in Grad Studies (Randell 240).
Our 4th place prize and winner of an Amazon gift card goes to:
Our 3rd place prize and winner of an Amazon gift card goes to:
Drexel Dragon under the electron microscope! Scanning electron micrograph of a fracture surface of a nanocrystalline magnesium matrix composite, reinforced with a Ti2AlC, a MAX phase, that deforms primarily by kink band formation. In this colorized SEM image, a Ti2AlC grain kinked several times during fracture to form a dragon. The width of image is 35μm.
2nd place prize and winner of a student membership to the Philadelphia Art Museum goes to:
Slow and Steady Wins the Race! Two-dimensional Ti3C2 layers called MXene. This image is a combination of three separate colorized Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) images on MXnene particles (Turtle, butterfly and the cave). The width of the cave is about 3µm.
AND FINALLY our 1st place prize and the winner of a Stephen Starr restaurant gift card goes to:
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