Tag Archives: monolayers

Biological applications of Brewster angle microscopy

Brewster angle microscopy (BAM) is an imaging technique that allows for the visualization of the film architecture of monolayers without the use of exogenous dyes. This is a relatively new system that was developed independently and concurrently

Cooperative effects and co-crystallization in supramolecular diarylethene self-assembled monolayers

The current “top down” strategy that aims to miniaturize silicon based electronic components will eventually reach a limit. A new approach is necessary in order to develop more powerful, less expensive and more flexible electronic devices. Molecular

Cell division drives collective motion in cell monolayers

Cell division is essential to morphogenesis, tissue spreading, and tumor invasion. In particular, the hallmark of tumor invasion is the ability of cancerous cells to divide in extreme numbers. Our findings on the effect of cell division