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These videos are associated with papers presented at the 2011 March Meeting. Video credit format is on each video information page.
March Meeting Scientific Program
The 2011 March Meeting Bulletin of the American Physical Society, also called the Scientific Program, is a listing of all abstract presentation sessions at the March Meeting.
Sophisticated simulations duplicate the complicated motions of thick fluids, elastic materials and even hair.
Remote Steering of Self-Propelling Diode
A new material made of carbon nanotubes outperforms silicone rubber over a record-setting temperature range.
Computer animation of bunnies, hats, rods, shells, and other solids assembled from elastons.
Robotic gripper based on the jamming of granular materials offers an alternative to robotic fingers.
“Girls Go TechKnow” Robodance contest
Natural adhesives, including the glue produced by this mussel, have remarkable properties that researchers are now duplicating in the lab.
An introduction to quantum entanglement and the research undertaken at Keio University and Oxford University.
Bacteria wave in Death Galaxy
Tiny tumbling magnets flip in a wave that propagates in much the same way that fire spreads across a piece of paper.
Molecules dance on a cold metal surface.
Simulation of visible light traveling in nanoscale coaxial cable