Top 10 most-read Soft Matter articles – Q2 2013

This month sees the following articles in Soft Matter that are in the top ten most accessed from April – June:

Substitutional impurity-induced vitrification in microgel crystals 
Ruben Higler, Jeroen Appel and Joris Sprakel    
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 5372-5379 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM50471A 

Interactions between cells or proteins and surfaces exhibiting extreme wettabilities
Wenlong Song and João F. Mano 
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 2985-2999 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM27739A 

Engineering shape: the novel geometries of colloidal self-assembly
Stefano Sacanna, David J. Pine and Gi-Ra Yi 
Soft Matter, 2013, Advance Article 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM50500F 

Reflections on graduate education in soft matter 
Tom C. Lubensky    
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 4948-4950
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM90027D 

Self-assembly of organic luminophores with gelation-enhanced emission characteristics 
Zujin Zhao, Jacky W. Y. Lam and Ben Zhong Tang  
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 4564-4579 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM27969C 

A simple route to fluids with photo-switchable viscosities based on a reversible transition between vesicles and wormlike micelles 
Hyuntaek Oh, Aimee M. Ketner, Romina Heymann, Ellina Kesselman, Dganit Danino, Daniel E. Falvey and Srinivasa R. Raghavan 
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 5025-5033 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM00070B 

Cross-linked supramolecular polymer networks with responsive and elastic gel properties via host–guest complexation: controlled release of squaraine dyes 
Fei Zeng, Yun Shen and Chuan-Feng Chen    
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 4875-4882 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM50529D 

A novel one-pot approach towards dynamically cross-linked hydrogels 
Shereen Tan, Anton Blencowe, Katharina Ladewig and Greg G. Qiao 
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 5239-5250
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM50638J 

Bacteria–surface interactions 
Hannah H. Tuson and Douglas B. Weibel    
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 4368-4380 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM27705D 

Directed motion of elongated active polymers
Mew-Bing Wan and YongSeok Jho 
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 3255-3261 
DOI: 10.1039/C3SM27851D 

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