Soft Matter under Confinement Themed Issue has been published!

The Soft Matter themed issue on Soft Matter under Confinement is now available to read online! This issue brings together studies which explore the effect of confinement, whether spatial, topological, configurational or at interfaces, on the properties and behaviour of soft matter.

Find out more about the issue in the Editorial, written by Guest Editors Professor Jacob Klein (Weizmann Institute, Israel) and Dr Susan Perkin (Oxford University, UK).

The issue contains reviews

Physical modelling of the nuclear pore complex
Dino Osmanović, Ariberto Fassati, Ian J. Ford and Bart W. Hoogenboom  

Super-compressible DNA nanoparticle lattices 
Sunita Srivastava, Dmytro Nykypanchuk, Mathew M. Maye, Alexei V. Tkachenko and Oleg Gang

 … and a number of previous Hot Papers!

Frustrated crystallisation and melting in two-dimensional pentagonal confinement
Thomas O. E. Skinner, Henry M. Martin, Dirk G. A. L. Aarts and Roel P. A. Dullens

Semi-flexible polymer chains in quasi-one-dimensional confinement: a Monte Carlo study on the square lattice
Hsiao-Ping Hsu and Kurt Binder

Self-organization of the bacterial cell-division protein FtsZ in confined environments
Sonia Mellouli, Begoña Monterroso, Hanumantha Rao Vutukuri, Esra te Brinke, Venkatachalam Chokkalingam, Germán Rivas and Wilhelm T. S. Huck

Oligo(aniline) nanofilms: from molecular architecture to microstructure
Thomas G. Dane, Philip T. Cresswell, Georgia A. Pilkington, Samuele Lilliu, John E. Macdonald, Stuart W. Prescott, Oier Bikondoa, Charl F. J. Faul and Wuge H. Briscoe

Find the full collection here.

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