New paper on acoustic particle manipulation in Nature Physics

In a nice collaboration with the team of Romain Fleury at EPFL and our former Marie-Curie fellow Nicolas Bachelard from Bordeaux, we published an article in Nature Physics that demonstrates how audible sound can be used to steer and rotate objects in complex environments. See the News&Views article by Emmanuel Fort and the EPFL press release for more information. Also watch a video on how an origami lotus flower is moved through our sound technique.