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Babak’s SEM image wins third place in IMC 2012!

PhD student Babak Anasori won third place in the International Metallographic contest (IMC) 2012! His artistic image “Magnesium Lava” was a microscopy image of a Mg-MAX composite’s fracture surface. The winning image was showcased at the Microscopy & Microanalysis 2012 … Continue reading

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Babak wins the Highly Commended Teaching Excellence Award

Congratulations to PhD student Babak Anasori! He won the highly commended teaching excellence award, which was awarded on Graduate Student Day 2012.

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Babak’s SEM image is on the cover of Nano Today

PhD student Babak Anasori’s SEM image has made it to the front cover of Nano Today (Volume 7, Issue 1). The scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image shows 2D crystals of Ti3C2, a member of  MXene family. The sample was made … Continue reading

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Babak’s Cliff image on MRS Bulletin

MRS published Babak Anasori and Michael Naguib’s microscopy image in “Look Again” in the February issue of MRS Bulletin. “Look Again” uses images from the popular “Science as Art” competition that is held at the MRS Spring and Fall meetings.  … Continue reading

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Microscopic Mountains

Read Tom Avril’s story about MXene and Babak’s NSF/Science photo contest award, published in the Philadelphia Inquirer Monday, February 13th 2012. Philadelphia Inquirer Article www.philly.com/nanosheets

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