Migrating embryonic cell groups sprout “fingers” that pull the rest of the cluster through tight junctures in the developing body
A physical model explains a peculiar pairing of tiny midges inside a swarm
A model of collective movement that makes some members more ready to move than others helps explain how cells migrate in the body
A new model for the formation of crucial membrane structures revises the picture of cell dynamics
A new theory developed at the Weizmann Institute of Science and Stanford University uses a gravitational model to explain the collective...
A century-old debate is settled: both sides are right.
A physics-based model can explain how ants cooperate in steering food to their nest
Red blood cells must be flexible yet tough. A physics-based model shows how.