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Rheoscopic effects: you see the whirls in this suspension of bacteria because turbulence aligns bacteria along different planes, and this changes the local light scattering. Video Credit: Mack Durham, Marcos, Justin Seymour, and Roman Stocker (MIT). Download video

Video credit: Pedro M. Reis, Sunghwan Jung, Jeffrey M. Aristoff, Roman Stocker, “How Cats Lap: Water Uptake by Felis catus,” Science, Published Online November 11, 2010.

Video credit: Pedro Reis, Sunny Jung, Jeff Aristoff and Roman Stocker; see paper in Science, 2010. Download video

Video credit: Pedro Reis, Sunny Jung, Jeff Aristoff and Roman Stocker; see paper in Science, 2010. Download video

Video credit: John Taylor and Roman Stocker; see paper in Science, 2012. Download video