The European Ceramic Society

YCN Photo Contest 2019

Here are the results of the 2019 Photo Contest: 

1. 

Paloma Almodóvar, Spain

Geraniums aren't just for Grandmas!​

Hexagonal molybdenum oxide obtained by a chemical precipitation method and subsequently annealed at 120ºC. At this temperature  the rods tend to merge together into "balls"  (which constitute the "micro-geraniums" in this picture) to increase their size up to 5x20 microns.

2. 

Antoni Vinci, Italy

Crystal black hole

Carbon fibre fracture surface surrounded by zirconium carbide crystals.

3. 

Premysl Stastny, Czech Republic

Microflowers​

Reprecipitated hydroxyapatite​

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May 30, 2022
How to get JECS Trust funding for your ceramics research in Europe

Check the recording of the last YCN Webinar to know how to apply to get JECS Trust funding for your ceramics research in Europe, presented by Jon Binner, Chair of the JECS Trust.

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