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Active Elastic Membranes

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SPLW01 - Building a bridge between non-equilibrium statistical physics and biology

Biomolecules assemble into complex architectures with impressive functionalities such as recruiting chemicals, making molecules, and producing energy that in some cases can generate propulsion. Such functions may arise in biological assemblies spontaneously or when triggered by external sources. We describe here bacterial microcompartments and hydrogels actuated by chemical fuels or via self-difussiophoresis. 

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