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* Introduction: "[[Soft Robotics for Chemists]]" by George Whitesides
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* Introduction: "[[Soft Robotics for Chemists]]" by [[George Whitesides]]
* Surface Forces: "[[Growth of polygonal rings and wires of CuS on structured surfaces]]" by Joanna Aizenberg, et al.
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* Surface Forces: "[[Growth of polygonal rings and wires of CuS on structured surfaces]]" by [[Joanna Aizenberg]], et al.
* Capillarity and Wetting: "[[Millimeter-Scale Contact Printing of Aqueous Solutions using a Stamp Made out of Paper and Tape]]" by George Whitesides, et al
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* Capillarity and Wetting: "[[Millimeter-Scale Contact Printing of Aqueous Solutions using a Stamp Made out of Paper and Tape]]" by [[George Whitesides]], et al
* Polymers and Polymer Solutions: "[[Biopolymer network geometries: Characterization, regeneration, and elastic properties]]" by David Weitz, et al.
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* Polymers and Polymer Solutions: "[[Biopolymer network geometries: Characterization, regeneration, and elastic properties]]" by [[David Weitz]], et al.
* Surfactants and Spontaneous ordering: "[[One-Step Emulsification of Multiple Concentric Shells with Capillary Microfluidic Devices]]" by David Weitz, et al.
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* Surfactants and Spontaneous ordering: "[[One-Step Emulsification of Multiple Concentric Shells with Capillary Microfluidic Devices]]" by [[David Weitz]], et al.
* Equillibria and Phase Diagrams: "[[Homogeneous flow of metallic glasses: A free volume perspective]]" by Frans Spaepen, et al.
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* Equillibria and Phase Diagrams: "[[Homogeneous flow of metallic glasses: A free volume perspective]]" by [[Frans Spaepen]], et al.
* Charged Interfaces: "[[Cationic Membranes Complexed with Oppositely Charged Microtubules: Hierarchical Self-Assembly Leading to Bio-Nanotubes]]" by Daniel Needleman, et al.
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* Charged Interfaces: "[[Cationic Membranes Complexed with Oppositely Charged Microtubules: Hierarchical Self-Assembly Leading to Bio-Nanotubes]]" by [[Daniel Needleman]], et al.
* Colloids: "[[Patterned Colloidal Coating Using Adhesive Emulsions]]" by David Weitz, et al.
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* Colloids: "[[Patterned Colloidal Coating Using Adhesive Emulsions]]" by [[David Weitz]], et al.
* Rheology and Viscoelasticity: "[[Stretchable Microfluidic Radiofrequency Antennas]]" by George Whitesides, et al.
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* Rheology and Viscoelasticity: "[[Stretchable Microfluidic Radiofrequency Antennas]]" by [[George Whitesides]], et al.
 
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==Keywords==
 
==Keywords==

Revision as of 20:37, 2 December 2011

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Keywords

Topic 1: Introduction

Actuators, Elastomer, Polymer, Soft Machines, Soft Robotics

Topic 2: Surface Forces

Crystal Structure, Nanowires, Micropillars, Self-Assembly, Self-Assembled Structures, Structured Surfaces, Superhydrophobic

Topic 3: Capillarity and Wetting

Contact Printing, Hydrophilic, Hydrophobic, Low-Cost Diagnostics, Medical Devices, Microfluidics,Patterned Surfaces, Wicking

Topic 4: Polymers and Polymer Solutions

Active Network, Biopolymer, Loss Modulus, Mechanical Properties, Molecular Motors, Myosin, Passive Network, Polymer, Polymer Network, Rheology, Storage Modulus

Topic 5: Surfactants and Spontaneous Ordering

Topic 6: Equillibria and Phase Diagrams

Topic 7: Charged Interfaces

Topic 8: Colloids

Colloid, Emulsion, Hydrophobic, Hydrophilic, Liquid Crystal, Patterned substrate, Surfactant

Topic 9: Rheology and Viscoelasticity