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The MIT Open Access Articles collection consists of scholarly articles written by MIT-affiliated authors that are made available through DSpace@MIT under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, or under related publisher agreements. Articles in this collection generally reflect changes made during peer-review.

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  • Follett, Elizabeth M; Nepf, Heidi (Springer US, 2017-08)
    The retention of particles within meadows of submerged aquatic vegetation impacts the fate of organic matter, pollen, and larvae. Because flow conditions near the leading edge differ from those over the bulk of the canopy, ...
  • Kubacka, Teresa; Mallett, Benjamin P. P.; Ma, Chao; Koohpayeh, Seyed M.; Zhu, Yimei; Bernhard, Christian; Johnson, Steven L.; Carbone, Fabrizio; Baldini, Edoardo (American Physical Society, 2018-03)
    Recent ultrafast magnetic-sensitive measurements [Johnson et al., Phys. Rev. B 92, 184429 (2015); Bothschafter et al., Phys. Rev. B 96, 184414 (2017)] have revealed a delayed melting of the long-range cycloid spin order ...
  • Strong, Courtenay; Barry, Cael (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017-09)
    Phytoplankton exhibit pronounced morphological diversity, impacting a range of processes. Because these impacts are challenging to quantify, however, phytoplankton are often approximated as spheres, and when effects of ...
  • Driscoll, Kaitlin Bridget; Stanfield, Gillian M.; Droste, Rita; Horvitz, Howard Robert (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 2017-07)
    Apoptotic cells undergo a series of morphological changes. These changes are dependent on caspase cleavage of downstream targets, but which targets are signifi cant and how they facilitate the death process are not well ...
  • Alonso-Mora, Javier; DeCastro, Jonathan A; Raman, Vasumathi; Kress-Gazit, Hadas; DeCastro, Jonathan A.; Rus, Daniela L (Springer US, 2017-08)
    In the near future mobile robots, such as personal robots or mobile manipulators, will share the workspace with other robots and humans. We present a method for mission and motion planning that applies to small teams of ...
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