Molecular hopping in solid-like liquids: Understanding the self-diffusion and viscosity of liquid molecules

fluid dynamics

To fully understand how liquids flow, it is crucial for researchers to build models which can accurately recreate their behaviours on molecular scales – yet since the time of Newton, the complexities involved have presented numerous challenges. In their research, Prof Russ Keanini, Prof Peter Tkacik and Prof Jerry Dahlberg at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, present new ways […]

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Building interdisciplinary bridges to study intercellular bridges

Dr Amy Shaub Maddox from the University of North Carolina is leading a diverse team of researchers to uncover the properties of intercellular bridges within multinucleated cells. Known as syncytia, cells with interconnected nuclei can be found in model organisms such as Drosophila and Caenorhabditis elegans as well as more complex organisms, including humans. Dr Maddox has also placed significant […]

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