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Recent commentaries on our work:

Dufresne ER, Schwartz MA. News and Views  Nature Materials   Cell migration: Towards the void. 2013;12:783-4.  Read it

Cells ride on stress waves.  Nature487, 142, 2012.  Read it

N. McCarthy, Mechanotransduction: Catching the X-waves, Nature Reviews Cancer, 2012.  Read it

Thery, M.,  Cell mechanics: Wave of Migration. News & Views  Nature Physics2012. Read it

Gov, N., Cell mechanics: Moving under peer pressure. News & Views,  Nature Materials, 10(6), 412-414, 2011. Read it.

Living glass.  PNAS USA, 108(12), 4697, 2011.  Read it.

Garrahan, JP, Dynamic heterogeneity comes to life. PNAS USA,108(12), 4701-4702, 2011.  Read it 

Ladoux, B. Cells guided on their journey. News & Views, Nature Physics, 5, 377-378, 2009. Read it.

A stretch in cells. Nature, 447, ix, 31 May, 2007. Read it

More than lip service.  Nature, 448, 969-970, 2007 Read it

Stamenovic, D. Two regimes, maybe three? News & Views, Nature Materials 5: 597-598, 2006. Read it

Seow, C.  Fashionable cells, News & Views, Nature, 435, 1172-1173, 2005. Read it

C. Surridge. Soft cells.  Nature Reviews: Molecular Cell Biology, 2, 789, 2001. Read it.

K. Leutwyler. Experiments reveal how cells can act like molten glass. Scientific American. 2001.Read it

Cytoplasm through the looking glass.  Trends in Cell Biology.  11(12), 465, 2001. Read it.

Web Links:
Physics in biology – Physics in biology: soft cells. Nature; Physics Portal, September, 2001.

A cellular glass menagerie – A cellular glass menagerie, Geoff Brumfiel, Physical Review Focus, American Physical Society, 24 September, 2001.

Experiments Reveal How Cells Can Act Like Molten Glass – Experiments Reveal How Cells Can Act Like Molten Glass. Kristin Leutwyler, Scientific American.  2001

Clear as glassHarvard Public Health Review. 2007

A stretch in the cells . Nature, 2007.

Shape-shifting of Cells Gives Body Stretch . C. Humphries. ; Focus. HMS, 2007

Softer side of cells. 2007

How growing cells move together.  CC Morton, Harvard Science Foundations, 2009.

Disorderly conduct. E Dougherty. HMS Focus, 2009.

A hard day in the life of a soft cell. Walter B. Cannon Memorial Lecture, American Physiological Society, 2010.

Dance of the cells: A minuet or a mosh?  2011