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Microns: The bacterial viewpoint - Morning of Theroetical Physics

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Duration: 0:38:59 | Added: 28 Feb 2017
Ramin Golestanian will introduce you to Life at Low Reynolds number and ask how microorganisms can swim, navigate, and coordinate their activities.

You will discover how the left-right symmetry is first broken in a developing embryo, and investigate the medically important question of how mucus is shifted in our lungs and what happens when things go wrong.

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