[Image above] Material Advantage Mug Drop Contest winners Samantha Swayne (Most Aesthetic Mug) and Josh Marrett (overall winner), both of Virginia Tech. Credit: ACerS
Before I, on behalf of our editorial staff, sign off on the CTT coverage of MS&T14, let me first thank you—our members and readers—for following, commenting on, and sharing our posts both here and on social media, where the online conversation was constant, compelling, and, often, comical.
Just as the boys of Boys II Men once sang, “it’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday”—especially since yesterday (and the days preceding it) were so jam-packed with plenaries, symposia, and poster sessions.
But just because MS&T14 was heavy on technical content doesn’t mean that it wasn’t also full of fun. (If you need proof, head over here and check out the #matsciselfies that were happening in the ACerS member lounge—and if you’re in one, please tag yourself!)
See them in action in the videos below, and be sure to check out the photos that follow.
Until next year…
Credit (both videos): The American Ceramic Society; YouTube