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Feature: Meetings: Physics Gets in Touch with Its “Softer” Side

Foams that mop up chemical spills, gears driven by light, and teeth made from magnetic particles were some of the technological advances presented at the 2016 International Soft Matter Conference in Grenoble, France. [Physics 9, 120] Published Mon Oct 17, 2016
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