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Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or suggestions you may have. My goal is to utilize the visual nature of this technique to communicate science to the general public.


Supporting This Research

We are selling our images through a local vendor Unique Imaging Concepts. For this project they will produce high quality metal prints and coasters. We will also work with you if you have a custom size or a unique project.

Place your order by filling out and emailing the order form to me at stuart dot williams at louisville dot edu. I will review and forward your form to Unique Imaging Concepts. Appicaple taxes and shipping will be applied by them. You can save on shipping if you go to their store and pick up your order in person.


Coasters are printed at high resolution (600 dpi) on a scratch-resistant polymer with a cork backing.
All coasters include a sticker on the back that identifies the sample.


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Metal prints are on aluminum with a high gloss finish. You may include an optional hanging frames (pictured) at an additional cost.
All metal prints will have a sticket on the back that identifies the sample.

   
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All profits will go towards supporting research in my laboratory! The funds will support the following:

  • Training an undergraduate student in microfluidics, including the creation of whiskey webs.
  • Live public demonstrations.
  • The creation of prints, expanding the whiskey web (digital and physical) gallery.
  • Developing a platform for counterfeit detection.

Feel free to contact me to request a print of your favorite bourbon. Also, we are always in need of samples - all we need is a shot!


Contact Information:

Stuart J. Williams
Associate Professor
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
stuart dot williams at louisville dot edu
+1 502-852-6340

 


 
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