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Fluid Dynamics - News


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a glass of wheat beer and bread Fermentation festival leads to rapid response system at Center for Microbiome Innovation
Released April 26, 2016
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researchers that developed the new method Researchers develop new method of trapping multiple particles using fluidics
Released March 28, 2016
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acoustofluidic rotational manipulation device Microfluidic devices gently rotate small organisms and cells
Released March 23, 2016
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an animated person sneezing Sneezing produces complex fluid cascade, not a simple spray
Released February 10, 2016
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DNA molecules extended in nano channels Improving accuracy in genomic mapping with time-series data
Released December 29, 2015
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a nanotube alphabet Nanotube letters spell progress
Released December 7, 2015
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3-D printed model of nostril to trachea airway 3-D printing aids in understanding food enjoyment
Released November 13, 2015
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the colonial, jellyfish-like species Nanomia bijug Marine animal colony is a multi-jet swimming machine, scientists report
Released September 1, 2015
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Sunghwan “Sunny” Jung Introducing the single-cell maze runner
Released August 20, 2015
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engineering graphic Destructive power of bubbles could lead to new industrial applications
Released June 22, 2015
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schematic of an acoustic tweezers device Acoustic tweezers device expands the range of x-ray crystallography
Released February 5, 2015
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air currents swirling around a hummingbirds wings How the hummingbird achieves its aerobatic feats
Released November 21, 2014
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a sidewinder snake Snakes and snake-like robots show how sidewinders conquer sandy slopes
Released October 9, 2014
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chaotic whipping of jets Co-flowing liquids can stabilize chaotic 'whipping' in microfluidic jets
Released September 8, 2014
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encoded PUA particles on a dollar bill Tiny particles could help verify goods
Released April 13, 2014
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image of a child sneezing with a cloud around him How coughs and sneezes float farther than you think
Released April 8, 2014
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bacteria swimming in flowing water Researchers find that going with the flow makes bacteria stick
Released February 23, 2014
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a map of a portion of the material Penn researchers 'design for failure' with model material
Released February 6, 2014
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Todd Sulchek New technology that sorts cells by stiffness may help spot disease
Released October 17, 2013
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Elisa Riedo poses with a glass and plastic bottle Glass or plastic? Container's properties affect the viscosity of nanoscale water
Released September 19, 2013
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 a helical leptospira--swimming through water High-angle helix helps bacteria swim
Released August 12, 2013
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nonmotile (left) and motile cells in turbulence Phytoplankton Social Mixers
Released July 15, 2013
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image of laminar flow around the posts of a pipe Penn Research Helps to Show How Turbulence Can Occur Without Inertia
Released April 29, 2013
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Panos Diplas Researchers Model Behavior of Stream Flow
Released December 10, 2012
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an AFM, holding a microscale cantilever Squeezing Ovarian Cancer Cells to Predict Metastatic Potential
Released October 5, 2012
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image of swimming muscle in a juvenile jellyfish Medusa Reimagined: Caltech-led Team Reverse Engineers a Jellyfish With the Ability to Swim
Released July 22, 2012
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still image of a jellyfish Artificial Jellyfish Swims in a Heartbeat
Released July 22, 2012
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Samir Ghadiali Lungs Respond to Hospital Ventilator As If It Were An Infection
Released July 18, 2012
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researchers with graphene oxide's behind them Metastable Material: Study Shows Availability of Hydrogen Controls Chemical Structure of Graphene Oxide
Released May 22, 2012
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flight dynamics of painted lady butterflies Studying Butterfly Flight to Help Build Bug-size Flying Robots
Released February 2, 2012
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