Academic Highlight: Sand, Slime, Cells and Crowds

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“Hard” condensed matter physics has been studied in-depth over the centuries and brought about the computer revolution, among other advances. Kerstin Nordstrom, Clare Boothe Luce assistant professor of physics will give an overview of the newer subfield of “soft” condensed matter physics and will highlight one (or more) specific problems studied in her lab at Mount Holyoke.

Friday, October 18, 2019 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Mary Woolley Hall, New York Room

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