Bukowski Recognized for Research / Invention

Associate Professor Marie Bukowski was recognized as co-inventor for the invention entitled “Dielectric Nanoparticle Paint and Microfluidic System to Enhance the Economics of Variable Matrix Printmaking”.

This is paint that is polarized by an electric field and applied to a plate with precise control and manipulation of fluids that are constrained to small, microchannels. This allows a printmaker to create a varied edition from the same plate, making it a unique piece of art with a higher market value.

Well done and congratulations Marie!