What is it about?

Biological microparticles such as single-celled microorganisms are known to exist in groups or suspensions. They are also known to actively move and rotate while experiencing forces from the fluid they are contained in. In this paper, these particles' collective behavior is studied using equations of both particle and fluid motion and statistical instruments.

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Why is it important?

The investigation helps elucidate how patterns automatically emerge for microparticles. This automatic emergence can have implications for our understanding of the initial development of an organism and other sites of self-organization.


This paper covers a topic I find interesting and potentially impactful. I am glad to see it published.

Yonatan Ashenafi

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This page is a summary of: Stability and spatial autocorrelations of suspensions of microswimmers with heterogeneous spin, Physics of Fluids, December 2022, American Institute of Physics,
DOI: 10.1063/5.0126436.
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