NewsMicroswimmers are inanimate microparticles, but they move
like moths to the light

27th November 2020by admin0
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The Freigeist group at TU Dresden, led by chemist Dr.
Juliane Simmchen, has studied an impressive behavior of synthetic
microswimmers: as soon as the photocatalytic particles leave an
illuminated zone, they flip independently and swim back into the
light. This promising observation and its analysis was recently
published in the scientific journal Soft Matter as an “Emerging
Investigator” article.

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