This video explains why we are interested in studying mosquitoes.
This is a you tube video that explains our insect flight work to the lay public.
This is a youtube video that explains our fligth research to students at the junior high and high school levels.
This movie shows the break-up of a lyotropic surfactant in the lamellar phase. The break-up is symmetrip about the minimum radius and no satellite drops are formed. The frame rate is 20,000 f.p.s.
Fluorescence movie of human knee cartilage under shear. The cartilage is stained green, then photobleached, to allow for calculation of strains and displacements, and in turn for calculations of local moduli. Notice that the upper region, close to the articular surface, is much more compliant than the bulk.
Bilayer colloidal crystal composed of ~1 micron silica colloids with a sticky "depletion" interaction. The colloidal particles that are not part of the crystal can be seen diffusing around.
Time lapse video of the front view of a Medicago root growing on an inclined plane within a gel. One photo is taken an hour over a course of 2 weeks. Note the root waving as it hits the glass plane.
Colloidal silica dimers undergoing rotational and translational Brownian motion.
Milk under a light microscope. You can clearly see Brownian motion of colloidal milk particles. The particles are weakly interacting, sticking and un-sticking occasionally.
The shear cell used for most of the colloid experiments.