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Themed collection Soft matter education

5 articles
Editorial

Activities and future challenges of soft matter and biological physics education

Erich Sackmann discusses Soft Matter education at the undergraduate level.

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Editorial

The challenge of teaching soft matter at the introductory level

Edit Yerushalmi discusses Soft Matter education at high school and undergraduate level.

Graphical abstract: The challenge of teaching soft matter at the introductory level
From the themed collection: Soft matter education
Editorial

The place of soft matter in undergraduate physics courses

Richard Jones discusses Soft Matter education at the undergraduate level.

Graphical abstract: The place of soft matter in undergraduate physics courses
From the themed collection: Soft matter education
Editorial

Reflections on graduate education in soft matter

Tom Lubensky discusses Soft Matter education at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Graphical abstract: Reflections on graduate education in soft matter
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Editorial

Soft matter education

Sam Safran introduces a series of Soft Matter education editorials.

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From the themed collection: Soft matter education
5 articles

About this collection

This collection of Editorials discusses the current state of soft matter education. The authors hope that these will be a starting point for a wider discussion by the community on soft matter and how it is taught across the scientific fields.

We recommend that you read the Editorials in this order:

  1. Soft matter education - Samuel A. Safran
  2. Reflections on graduate education in soft matter – Tom C. Lubensky
  3. The place of soft matter in undergraduate physics courses – Richard A. L. Jones
  4. The challenge of teaching soft matter at the introductory level – Edit Yerushalmi
  5. Activities and future challenges of soft matter and biological physics educationErich Sackmann

We very much want this to spark an open debate on the subject and we hope that you will take part and add your comments & opinions on our discussion blog…

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