Computational design of probes to detect bacterial genomes by multivalent binding
T. Curk, C. A. Brackley, J. D. Farrell, Z. Xing, D. Joshi, S. Direito, U. Bren, S. Angioletti-Uberti, J. Dobnikar, E. Eiser, D. Frenkel and R. J. Allen
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA
A simulation study of aggregation mediated by production of cohesive molecules
G. Melaugh, D. Marenduzzo, A. Morozov and R. J. Allen
Soft Matter 15, 9120 (2019)
Phase behaviour of active Brownian particles: The role of dimensionality
Soft Matter 10, 1489-1499 (2014).
Scalar phi^4 theories for active-particle phase separation
Nature Communications 5, 4351 (2014).
A continuum theory of phase separation kinetics for active Brownian particles
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A mixed population of competing TASEPs with a shared reservoir of particles
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Non-equilibrium dynamics of an active colloidal "chucker"
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Nucleation in a sheared two-dimensional Ising model: effects of external field (Conference Proceeding)
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Homogeneous nucleation under shear in a two-dimensional Ising model: cluster growth, coalescence and breakup
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Complexation and phase behavior of oppositely charged polyelectrolyte/macroion systems
Langmuir 20, 1997 (2004).
Phase behaviour of oppositely charged polymer/surfactant mixtures
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C12E2 reverse micelle: A molecular dynamics study.
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Sedimentation equilibria of colloidal hard rod dispersions.
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A warm welcome to our new group assistant Mr Moritz Wiegand!
Congratulations to Nia Verdon who has submitted her PhD thesis!
We are advertising an experimental postdoc position on biophysics of microbial aggregation in the context of the human gut microbiome. Please publicise it! Deadline is 22nd November.
Check out our student Patrick Sinclair's paper in Physical Review Letters presenting a model for stochastic initiation of bacterial biofilms - and a commentary on it in Nature Reviews Physics.
Congratulations to Patrick Sinclair who has successfully defended his PhD thesis!