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  • A toroidal droplet made of a nematic liquid crystal material is shown inside a polymeric material. About a millimeter in overall size, the droplets are produced individually, their shapes maintained by the surrounding springy material made of polymers.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    A toroidal droplet made of a nematic liquid crystal material is shown inside a polymeric material. About a millimeter in overall size, the droplets are produced individually, their shapes maintained by the surrounding springy material made of polymers.
  • Georgia Tech assistant professor Alberto Fernandez-Nieves examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech assistant professor Alberto Fernandez-Nieves examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
  • A toroidal droplet made of a nematic liquid crystal material is shown inside a polymeric material. About a millimeter in overall size, the droplets are produced individually, their shapes maintained by the surrounding springy material made of polymers.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    A toroidal droplet made of a nematic liquid crystal material is shown inside a polymeric material. About a millimeter in overall size, the droplets are produced individually, their shapes maintained by the surrounding springy material made of polymers.
  • Georgia Tech graduate research assistant Ekapop Pairam examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech graduate research assistant Ekapop Pairam examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
  • Georgia Tech postdoctoral fellow Jayalakshmi Vallamkondu examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech postdoctoral fellow Jayalakshmi Vallamkondu examines the experimental setup used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials. The injection needle is shown above the cuvette containing the polymeric material, which rests on the rotation stage.
  • Georgia Tech researchers (l-r) Ekapop Pairam, Jayalakshmi Vallamkondu and Alberto Fernandez-Nieves pose with the experimental equipment used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech researchers (l-r) Ekapop Pairam, Jayalakshmi Vallamkondu and Alberto Fernandez-Nieves pose with the experimental equipment used to create toroidal droplets of nematic liquid crystal materials.
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