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[Image above] Theresa Davey was another winner in the #PinYourACerSPride competition—look at all the goodies she won (and look at all those buttons)! Credit: ACerS

That’s a wrap on another successful year of Materials Science & Technology—MS&T15 closes up at the Greater Columbus Convention Center (Columbus, Ohio) today. Check out some of the highlights below, but be sure to watch our Flickr page for all the photographic evidence of another successful meeting!

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ACerS member Shen Dillon takes a quick computer break during MS&T15. Credit: ACerS

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Winners of the undergraduate student speaking contest proudly pose after delivering their winning presentations. From left: Michael Walden (first runner-up), Sean Murray (co-second runner-up), Victoria Christensen (winner), and Nick Geisendorfer (co-second runner-up). Credit: ACerS

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Attendees listen closely as John Mauro delivers his Fulrath Award lecture. Credit: ACerS

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Newly inducted ACerS Distinguished Life Member Rishi Raj (left) and Michael Hoffmann take a fresh air networking opportunity during MS&T15. Credit: ACerS

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The MS&T15 poster session drew plenty of interested attendees. Can you spot Geoff Brennecka? Credit: ACerS

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Poster session presenters were ready to talk science with other attendees. Credit: ACerS

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A student tests his ability to pull a fiber from melted candy during a demonstration at the Refractory Ceramics Division table at Materials Camp. Credit: ACerS

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Another demonstration at the Refractory Ceramics Division table at Materials Camp was the insulation abilities of the Division’s favorite materials. Credit: ACerS

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PCSA outreach committee chair Brian Donovan performs a superconductor demonstration for young students during the MS&T15 Materials Camp. Credit: ACerS

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PCSA members (from left) Brian Donovan, Megan Wilson, and Amy Bolon performed expert materials demonstrations to young students at Tuesday’s Materials Camp. Credit: ACerS

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The Harper International team posed for a quick photo during the MS&T15 exhibition. Credit: ACerS

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The exhibition hall was also full of expert demonstrations that caught the attention of conference attendees. Credit: ACerS

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ACerS President Jay Singh (left) and staff member Greg Geiger (right) stopped by the Oxford Instruments exhibit booth to catch up with Ruth Murray. Credit: ACerS