University Distinguished Professor Lawrence Drzal and PhD students Nick Kamar, Mariana Batista, and Markus Downey discuss the UV-ozone carbon fiber treatment line in a lab in the MSU College of Engineering. MSU developed the process that uses ozone and high intensity ultraviolet light to increase oxygen groups on the surface of carbon fiber to improve adhesion. Feb. 1, 2016. Photos by Patricia Mroczek.
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Photo of five Design Day students discussing their project. More than 600 MSU College of Engineering students and 200 K-12 visitors participated in the MSU College of Engineering Design Day on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Photo by Erin Groom (Big Dream Photoworks).
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Photo of five students smiling and holding out CoRe T-shirts. GE renewed its relationship with MSU and celebrated a $200,000 gift in support of CoRe during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in East Wilson Hall on Feb. 5, 2016. Photos by Patricia Mroczek.
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University Distinguished Professor Lawrence Drzal and PhD students Nick Kamar, Mariana Batista, and Markus Downey discuss the UV-ozone carbon fiber treatment line in a lab in the MSU College of Engineering. MSU developed the process that uses ozone and high intensity ultraviolet light to increase oxygen groups on the surface of carbon fiber to improve adhesion. Feb. 1, 2016. Photos by Patricia Mroczek.
Photo of five Design Day students discussing their project. More than 600 MSU College of Engineering students and 200 K-12 visitors participated in the MSU College of Engineering Design Day on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Photo by Erin Groom (Big Dream Photoworks).
Photo of five students smiling and holding out CoRe T-shirts. GE renewed its relationship with MSU and celebrated a $200,000 gift in support of CoRe during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in East Wilson Hall on Feb. 5, 2016. Photos by Patricia Mroczek.

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