Given that there are still a few things in the queue, it’s probably safe to say that we’re done processing submissions for the year. Feel free to send them in, just know that they’ll be dealt with when we start up again in January.
Here are a few recent prints.
And here’s a recycled holiday greeting, since I didn’t get a chance to print a new one this year:
Thanks a lot to all our users — your imagination and creativity knows no bounds.
I’ve been a little remiss about photographing the latest prints, but here’s a fossil hominid skull fragment.
If you’re having a little trouble figuring out the orientation, here’s an artist’s rendering.
It’s been a relatively busy summer. One of our printers seems to have reached its end of life so we’re in the process of replacing it. We’re looking forward to hearing from all the new and returning students in the next couple of weeks!
Various sizes of cylindrical objects for a biological field experiment
Instructor project – some of the component molecules of a nucleosome, including the DNA strand which wraps around it
Human brain, constructed from scans
Custom housings for sensors
Apparatus for animal research