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Contributing geometric and topological analyses of micro-materials, University of Massachusetts Amherst mathematician Robert Kusner aided experimental physicists at the University of Colorado (UC) by successfully explaining the observed “beautiful and complex patterns revealed” in three-dimensional liquid crystal experiments. The work is expected to lead to creation of new materials that can be actively controlled.
(via Liquid crystal research, future applications advance)

Contributing geometric and topological analyses of micro-materials, University of Massachusetts Amherst mathematician Robert Kusner aided experimental physicists at the University of Colorado (UC) by successfully explaining the observed “beautiful and complex patterns revealed” in three-dimensional liquid crystal experiments. The work is expected to lead to creation of new materials that can be actively controlled.

(via Liquid crystal research, future applications advance)







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