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In Astrophysics and Astroparticle Physics:
[2022-060] Magnetohydrodynamics predicts heavy-tailed distributions of axion-photon conversion by Pierluca Carenza, Ramkishor Sharma, M.C. David Marsh, Axel Brandenburg, Eike Müller
In Condensed Matter, Statistical and Biological Physics:
[2022-059] Quasi-molecular electronic structure of the spin-liquid candidate Ba3InIr2O9 by A. Revelli, M. Moretti Sala, G. Monaco, M. Magnaterra, J. Attig, L. Peterlini, T. Dey, A. A. Tsirlin, P. Gegenwart, T. Fröhlich, M. Braden, C. Grams, J. Hemberger, P. Becker, P. H. M. van Loosdrecht, D. I. Khomskii, J. van den Brink, M. Hermanns, M. Grüninger
In High-Energy Physics and Cosmology:
[2022-055] Algebraic Bethe ansatz for Q-operators of the open XXX Heisenberg chain with arbitrary spin by Rouven Frassek, \r\nIstván M. Szécsényi
Living systems exhibit a fascinating range of dynamic, non-equilibrium behaviours including self-organisation, collective motion, growth and development. Many traditional, and new, concepts in soft matter physics can be applied to gain physical understanding of living matter. This interaction between soft matter physics and living systems has the potential for transformative insights into cell biology, tissue dynamics and driven non-equilibrium behaviour in general, as well as suggesting design principles for new artificial materials and machines that are capable of self-propulsion, self-healing and self-organisation.