Lisa Manning describes the physics of how cells move

Seeing cells as ‘living materials’ provides a new way to understand their behavior

Lisa Manning

CELLS BEHAVING BADLY  Physicist Lisa Manning studies how groups of cells jam and loosen up in disorders such as asthma.

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