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  • ALLGAIER, MARKUS; SMITH, BRIAN J. (Optical Society of America, 2021-06)
    Optical probing of glaciers has the potential for tremendous impact on environmental science. However, glacier ice is turbid, which prohibits the use of most established optical measurements for determining a glacier’s ...
  • Moslehi, Saba; Watterson, William J.; Rowland, Conor; Smith, Julian H.; Perez, Maria-Thereza; Taylor, Richard P. (2020-12-18)
    The use of physical cues to control and guide various types of cells in vitro, especially neurons and their processes, has been the focus of a large amount of research. The response of neuronal processes to artificial ...
  • Parthasarathy, Raghuveer (The American Journal of Physics, 2021-06-05)
    This resource letter provides an overview of the literature in biological physics, a vast, active, and expanding field that links the phenomena of the living world to the tools and perspectives of physics. While no survey ...
  • Ursell, Tristan (PLOS, 2021-01)
    Natural environments, like soils or the mammalian gut, frequently contain microbial consor- tia competing within a niche, wherein many species contain genetically encoded mecha- nisms of interspecies competition. Recent ...
  • Ashby, James; Thiel, Valérian; Allgaier, Markus; d'Ornellas, Peru; Davis, Alex O. C.; Smith, Brian J. (Optica Publishing Group, 2020-12-04)
    Controlling the temporal mode shape of quantum light pulses has wide ranging application to quantum information science and technology. Techniques have been developed to control the bandwidth, allow shifting in the time ...

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