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  • Photos from the National Geographic shoot on November 29, 2005.

    Courtesy Patricia Chica, NG/CineFlix National Geographic Courtesy Patricia Chica, NG/CineFlix Jane Salerno, Clark University Media Jane Salerno, Clark University Media Jane Salerno, Clark University Media

    Photos courtesy Patricia Chica, Director, National Geographic and CineFlix, and Jane Salerno, Clark University Media.

    Arshad Kudrolli (Clark), Azadeh Samadani (MIT), and Qing Xu (Clark) discuss their work on the effect of liquids on granular stability. Sarah Nowak, a former member of the team could not make the shoot as she has moved to UCLA for graduate school.

    Relevant publication:

    1. "Maximum angle of stability of a wet granular pile," S. Nowak, A. Samadani, and A. Kudrolli, Nature Physics 1, 50 (2005). Reprint. See related News and Views, and Cover Story.
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    Arshad Kudrolli
    Department of Physics
    Clark University
    Worcester, MA 01610

    Last updated December 13, 2005.