Avalanching sand from dune faces in Death Valley National Park and the Mojave Desert can trigger loud, rumbling "booming" or short bursts of "burping" sounds—behaving as a perfectly tuned musical instrument.
Oct 27, 2015 in Soft Matter
Investigating how droplets move around on a surface shows us why it is important to set boundary conditions
Not everyone ponders sets of partial differential equations when watching droplets slide down a window on a rainy day, but, thanks to new research from A*STAR, those who are so inclined now have what they need to construct ...
Nov 18, 2015 in Condensed Matter