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Principles of bacterial collective behaviour

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In nature, bacteria often engage in a range of collective behaviours, which coordinate activities of communities. In this presentation, I will demonstrate how two bacterial behaviours, swarming and biofilm formation, are unified by physical interactions, chemical signalling, and dynamical transitions. I will show how these collective behaviours arise from cell-cell interactions, and the physiological state of individual cells. Furthermore, I will introduce new experimental methods for investigating bacterial collective behaviours.

This talk is part of the Biological and Biomedical Physics series.

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