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Suspensions of actively driven anisotropic objects exhibit distinctively nonequilibrium behaviors, and current theories predict that they are incapable of sustaining orientational order at high… Continue Reading
Active hydrodynamic theories are a powerful tool to study the emergent ordered phases of internally driven particles such as bird flocks, bacterial suspension and their artificial analogues. While… Continue Reading
Multiple experiments on active systems consider oriented active suspensions on substrates or in chambers tightly confined along one direction. The theories of polar and apolar phases in such… Continue Reading
Can a bath of isotropic but active particles promote ordering of anisotropic but passive particles? In this Letter, we uncover a fluctuation-driven mechanism by which this is possible. Somewhat… Continue Reading
Active matter locally converts chemical energy into mechanical work and, for this reason, it provides new mechanisms of pattern formation. In particular, active nematic fluids made of protein motors… Continue Reading