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Tuning the Random Walk of Active Colloids

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Collective dynamics of driven systems are of interest in places such as biology, knowing the strategies that bacteria use to cluster and move can give some insight into fighting diseases. Experimentalists at NU Illinois have recreated collective states found in bacteria populations by utilising dielectric properties of polystyrene spheres in suspension.

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