Topological Defects in Soft Matter: Simulation Models and Applications, I

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Topological Defects in Soft Matter: Simulation Models and Applications, I by Robin Selinger, Kent State University

I-CAMP 2014 - PANEL Discussion

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I-CAMP 2014 - PANEL Discussion

I-CAMP 2014 Welcome, Overview and Logistics

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I-CAMP 2014 Welcome, Overview and Logistics

I-CAMP 2014

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I-CAMP 2014

Magnetic Cracked Pot

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The magnetic fields of a cracked pot. Note - the blue ring in the center is from having two different magnets; the bottom volume is like a large ring magnet and the top is like a cylinder magnet. The interaction between the two, top and bottom, produces the blue ring eddy of flux. Also a capacitor with horizontal plates has the same field values as a vertical aligned magnet. In other words, you could design a capacitor that has the same field as the object in the video, but it would be...

Novel cell-based and materials science approach to target Glioblastoma brain cancer tumors

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Stefan Bossmann and Deryl Troyer at Kansas State University are developing a novel materials treatment method for persons with brain cancer that uses a type of white blood cell to deliver anticancer drugs to particularly virulent brain tumors.