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The living cell and many of its components as well as artificially energized mimics of motility are examples of active soft matter. An understanding of the individual and collective behavior of active particles is one of the grand challenges of nonequilibrium statistical physics, and holds the...
Published 05/14/18
The biggest challenge of the 21st century is to provide sufficient food, water, and energy to allow everyone on the planet to live decent lives, in the face of rising population, the threat of climate change, and (sooner or later) declining fossil fuels. In this talk Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn...
Published 05/14/18
The emergence of patterns is one of the world’s most durable mysteries. Some patterns (clouds, zebra stripes) form in space, while others (the ebb and flow of tides, cardiac rhythms) form in time. Although there is no general theory of pattern formation in systems far from thermodynamic...
Published 05/14/18
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