The 2017 Lab Mug
Design by Nate Campbell.
The beautiful Xavier Lab Mug, 2017 edition is the best way to drink coffee, tea, or hot chocolate; it’s guaranteed to work throughout 2018 and beyond.
And here it is, stealing the stage from the Trump Palace, its less glorious Upper East Side neighbor.
The 2016 Lab Mug
Design by Carlos Carmona Fontaine.
This mug was created by Carlos back in 2013. Carlos used the jet colormap of Matlab at the time. Matlab has chnged to the parula as the new default colormap, and so did Carlos in this 2016 mug.
I’m giving away too much. Check out the mug and see if you can figure out the code. If not, here’s the answer:
The 2015 Lab Mug
This year we celebrate Will’s graduation (Jan 27) and our new assistant, Amy Webber, who joined the team last year.
2014 Lab Mug
The 2014 official X-Lab mug (sold out) comes in two sizes: Expressino (left) and Instant (right).
The design features a giant-sized hyperswarmer fighting it out with a macrophage-assisted and equally gigantic cancer cell over New York City. Confused Apache helicopters and fighter planes circle the sky, powerless to stop the mayhem.
Enjoy the coffee. If you can get your hands around one of these beauties.
Designed by Joao (2014).
Unique edition collectible figurines. Make a great farewell gift.
2013 Lab Mug
- Drinking coffee
- Drinking tea
- Remembering who is working on what (names aligned below research topics)
Designed by Kerry Boyle (2013).