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NUANCE, SHyNE images featured in library exhibit

Images generated from NUANCE and SHyNE facilities are featured in a new exhibit about materials science at the Harold Washington Library.

 

 "Supercrystal flower," by Taegon Oh, was one of the images selected to be part of the exhibit.
"Supercrystal Flower," by Taegon Oh

 

The exhibit, titled Materials Science, also features an Atomic Probe Field-Ion Microscope, which first allowed scientists to see down to molecular and atomic levels. The exhibit serves as an introduction to the field of materials science, with the goal of teaching visitors more about the different materials they interact with on a daily basis.

 

"River flowing through a micro-forest," created by Paul Smeets, was one of the images selected to be part of the exhibit.
"Rivers Flowing Through a Micro-forest," by Paul Smeets

 

The Materials Science Research Center collaborated with the Museum of Science and Industry and the Chicago Public Library on the creation of this exhibit. It will be on display through January 30, 2020.

 

NUANCE images are featured in the exhibit

The exhibit is on display at the Harold Washington Library

Learn more about the exhibit on the Chicago Public Library's website.