Joanna Aizenberg

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(Reprints can be downloaded from the Aizenberg group web page - http://www.seas.harvard.edu/aizenberg_lab/publications.html)

1. Self-Organization of a Mesoscale Bristle into Ordered, Hierarchical Helical Assemblies , B. Pokroy, S. H. Kang, L. Mahadevan, J. Aizenberg, Science 2009, 323, 237-240.

2. "Fabrication of Bio-Inspired Actuated Nanostructures with Arbitrary Geometry and Stiffness”, B. Pokroy, A. K. Epstein, M. C. M. Persson-Gulda, J. Aizenberg, Adv. Mater., 2009, 21, 463-469.

3. Controlled Switching of the Wetting Behavior of Biomimetic Surfaces with Hydrogel-Supported Nanostructures, A. Sidorenko, T. Krupenkin, J. Aizenberg, invited paper, J. Mater. Chem. 2008, 18, 3841-3846.

4. Reversible Switching of Hydrogel-Actuated Nanostructures into Complex Micropatterns, A. Sidorenko, T. Krupenkin, A. Taylor, P. Fratzl, J. Aizenberg, Science 2007, 315, 487-490.

5. Skeleton of Euplectella sp.: Structural Hierarchy from the Nanoscale to the Macroscale, J. Aizenberg, J. C. Weaver, M. S. Thanawala, V. C. Sundar, D. E. Morse, P. Fratzl, Science 2005, 309, 275-278.

6. “Crystallization in Patterns: A Bio-Inspired Approach”, J. Aizenberg, Adv. Mater., 2004, 16, 1295-1302.

7. “Like-Charged Particles at Liquid Interfaces”, M. Megens, J. Aizenberg, Nature, 2003, 424, 1014.

8. Patterned Colloidal Deposition Controlled by Electrostatic and Capillary Forces, J. Aizenberg, P. V. Braun, P. Wiltzius, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2000, 84, 2997-3000.