Dr. Ran Drori, assistant professor of chemistry, will publish an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, titled “Dynamics and Unsteady Morphologies at Ice Interfaces Driven by D2O-H2O Exchange.”

This article is one in a series of Drori’s research into the behavior of ice. Previous titles include “Microfluidic experiments reveal that antifreeze proteins bound to ice crystals suffice to prevent their growth,” “When Are Antifreeze Proteins in Solution Essential for Ice Growth Inhibition?” and “A Supramolecular Ice Growth Inhibitor.”

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