A puzzling observation, pursued through hundreds of experiments, has led Stanford researchers to a simple yet profound discovery: Under certain circumstances, droplets of fluid will move like performers in a dance choreographed by molecular physics. Read the story: http://stanford.io/1A9EcAE
Music: "Interlude - In Anxious Shadows" by Kai Engel
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