The Harris Lab, a subsidiary of Brown University, has recently acquired a Phantom Miro LC331. Harris Lab specializes in custom laboratory experiments in fluid mechanics and soft matter supported by mathematical and numerical modeling techniques with a new emphasis on interfacial phenomena, microfluidics, and nonlinear dynamic. With the new equipment, they hope to further study the effects of hydrophobic bonds on a water surface with the help of students and research leaders alike. Passionate about visualizing the intrinsic beauty of scientific phenomena, we can expect some great photos of the phenomenon’s that occur.