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Reprogramming of macroscopic self-assembly with dynamic boundaries
Dynamically moving hard boundaries confine mobile magnetic particles into reprogrammable 2D self-assembled patterns.

Reprogramming of macroscopic self-assembly with dynamic boundaries

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart aim to understand the underlying process of self-assembly. Their findings not only provide valuable insights into fundamental physics, but could enable the design of functional materials or self-assembled miniature robots.


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