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Papers (4): Our paper on fluid-surface interactions is out!

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Our work on liquid-surface interactions just got published in Communications Physics. Great work by Daniel and the team at IMRE! Congratulations to all! You can read the paper here. Comments welcome. AbstractRecently, there has been much progress in the design and application of oil-repellent superoleophobic surfaces. Polyzwitterionic brush surfaces are of particular interest, because of their ability to repel oil under water, even in the absence of micro-/nanostructures. The origin of this underwater superoleophobicity is […]

Animals on the move

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The animal movements movies are truly mesmerizing. If you know similar movies/websites share links in the comments (only full links). “Movebank is a free, online database of animal tracking data hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior. We help animal tracking researchers to manage, share, protect, analyze, and archive their data. The animal tracking data in Movebank belongs to researchers all over the world who choose whether and how to share their data with […]