Image_gallery: BEST IN SHOW: Ryan White Graduate Student, Materials Science and EngineeringA colorized transmission electron micrograph of a FIB-prepared, B4C-TiB2 directionally solidified eutectic composite shows twinning and strain contrast in the B4C, as well as crack-free heterophase interfaces. 1ST PLACE SCIENTIFIC: Julie Anderson, Research Associate Libby Kupp Research Associate, Gary Messing FacultySEM image of compacted salt crystals after exposure to controlled relative humidity above the deliquescent point of the material. 2ND PLACE SCIENTIFIC: Shivangi Nangia Graduate Student, Materials Science and EngineeringSnapshot of simulation of Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization (MALDI) after 700 ps. Plume depicting matrix beads (shades of orange) and the analytes (green) 3RD PLACE SCIENTIFIC: Chito Kendrick Post Doc, Materials Science and EngineeringSilicon Wire Arrays For Solar Cells 1ST PLACE VISUAL: Bryan Gauntt Graduate Student, Materials Science and EngineeringSilicon surf lapping gently over the vacuum. 2ND PLACE VISUAL: Xin Wang Graduate Student, Electrical EngineeringSEM image of Deep Reactive Ion Etched pillars after POCl3 diffusion 3RD PLACE VISUAL: Sorachon Yoriya Graduate Student, Materials Science and EngineeringAn FESEM image showing random cracks creating a left side of human-like face. The as-anodized TiO2 nanotube array film was grown in a mixture of dimethyl sulfoxide and hydrofluoric acid.