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  • Team finds a better way to watch bacteria swim

    From left, University of Illinois physics professor Yann Chemla, graduate student Patrick Mears, physics professor Ido Golding and graduate student Lance Min developed a technique that allows researchers to watch bacteria swim normally for up to an hour.

    From left, University of Illinois physics professor Yann Chemla, graduate student Patrick Mears, physics professor Ido Golding and graduate student Lance Min developed a technique that allows researchers to watch bacteria swim normally for up to an hour.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Ido Golding, e-mail igolding@illinois.edu or Yann Chemla, 217-333-6501;ychemla@illinois.edu.