Gallery

In the Lab

The sub-millimeter world can be just as breathtaking as Mount Rainier.

Titanium condensate from laser powder bed fusion process on the surface of Ti powder. By Sarah Waddell.
Organic material bridging a crack between rods in enamel. By Cameron Renteria.
Whimsically edited photo of embedded carbon fibers.
Micro Monkeys by Colin Marquis. For the “Plenty of room at the bottom” photo competition at the UW MAF.
High-resolution SEM of the hydroxyapatite nanocrystals that constitute enamel rods. By Cameron Renteria.

Events

The UW First Nations Launch (FNL) team at the 2023 rocket launch competition hosted by the American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES), where they recieved First Place in their category and the Spirit Award. Congratulations! Team members from left to right: Kiyoshi, Stephanie, Mike, Colin, Grace. 
Read more about their story here.

Jack Grimm recieving the 2023 Henry DeWitt Smith Award at the annual meeting of The Metals, Minerals, and Materials Society (TMS2023).

Gov. Inslee visited the lab to learn about our next-generation zeolite concrete. Read more about it on the department website.

Mallory in front of her poster at the 2022 MSE Research and Industry Showcase event.
Mallory Parker in front of her poster at the 2022 MSE Research and Industry Showcase event.
Collin Marquis at the 2022 MSE Research and Industry showcase.
Colin Marquis at the 2022 MSE Research and Industry showcase.

PNW Extracirriculars

The UW campus is gorgeous, but the Pacific Northwest is filled to the brim with adventure-worthy destinations.

LAMPR Group Hike at Snoqualmie Falls, Sept 2023.

Colin Marquis and Jill Marquis celebrate their wedding ceremony at Artist Point in Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest.
Photos by https://bettyelainephotography.com/

Cherry blossoms in the UW quad. By Collin Marquis
Cherry blossoms in the UW quad. By Colin Marquis
Mt. Rainier, by Colin Marquis
Mt. Rainier panorama, by Colin Marquis