Quizzing active matter: one’s ability to solve a maze depends on one’s behaviour

Posted in Journal Articles on March 30, 2017 at 8:43 pm by JCCMP

Active Brownian particles and run-and-tumble particles separate inside a maze.
Authors: M. Khatami, K. Wolff, O. Pohl, M.R. Ejtehadi, and H. Stark.
Scientific Reports 6, Article No: 37670 (2016) [doi:10.1038/srep37670], arXiv:1611.00191

Recommended with a commentary by Ramin Golestanian, Oxford University.
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