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Revision as of 02:27, 22 November 2011

Wiki entries:

Introduction (Topic 1): Polymer Science and Biology: Structure and Dynamics at Multiple Scales

Surface Forces (Topic 2): Probing nanotube-nanopore interactions

Capillarity and Wetting (Topic 3): The 'Cheerios Effect'

Polymers and Polymer Solutions (Topic 4): Evidence for an upper limit to mitotic spindle length

Surfactants (Topic 5): Amphiphilic Crescent-Moon-Shaped Microparticles Formed by Selective Adsorption of Colloids

Phase Diagrams (Topic 6): The Science of Chocolate: interactive activities on phase transitions, emulsification, and nucleation

Charged Interfaces (Topic 7): Controlling the Kinetics of 'Contact Electrification' with Patterned Surfaces

Colloidal Stability (Topic 8): Tracking Cell Lineages of Single Cells



Key Words

Key Words from the above Wiki entries (also included directly in each entry)

Wiki Entry Key Words
Polymer Science and Biology: Structure and Dynamics at Multiple Scales Poroelastic, Cell Adhesion, Filament Bundling, Cell Alignment
Probing nanotube-nanopore interactions Nanotubes, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Ion Blockage, DNA, Disjoining Pressure
The 'Cheerios Effect' Capillarity, Positive Buoyancy, Negative Buoyancy, Meniscus, Contact Angle
Evidence for an upper limit to mitotic spindle length TOPIC 4 KEY WORDS
Amphiphilic Crescent-Moon-Shaped Microparticles Formed by Selective Adsorption of Colloids TOPIC 5 KEY WORDS
The Science of Chocolate: interactive activities on phase transitions, emulsification, and nucleation TOPIC 6 KEY WORDS
Controlling the Kinetics of 'Contact Electrification' with Patterned Surfaces TOPIC 7 KEY WORDS
Tracking Cell Lineages of Single Cells TOPIC 8 KEY WORDS