Scientific X-Mas mood at the Department of Materials Science
The last Christmas week has started. Only a few days left until Christmas Eve, only a few days to get presents and everything else for the holidays. Understandably, the stressed mind needs some diversion from time to time. To this end, we publish a materials science work of art from the Institute of General Materials Properties every few days – and invite you to guess, what it might be.
Before we dive right into the fourth round of our Christmas puzzle, here the solution to last one.
What is hidden behind this artwork by Nicklas Volz?
The correct answer is: Rising polycrostaline Co-basis superstar over a mono-crystal crib
Today’s picture shows one of the most traditional Christmas symbols: the Christmas tree.
However, this one was not felled in a grove in the Franconian Switzerland, and the decoration is rather unusual as well.
What is really behind this Christmas tree by Manuel Köbrich?