Active matter, curved spaces: Mini robots learn to 'swim' on stretchy surfaces

When self-propelling objects interact with each other, interesting phenomena can occur. Birds align with each other when they flock together. People at a concert spontaneously create vortices when they nudge and bump into each other. Fire ants work together to create rafts that float on the water’s surface.

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