William M. Durham
William M. Durham
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Sheffield
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Disruption of vertical motility by shear triggers formation of thin phytoplankton layers
WM Durham, JO Kessler, R Stocker
Science 323 (5917), 1067-1070, 2009
Biofilm formation as a response to ecological competition
NM Oliveira, E Martinez-Garcia, J Xavier, WM Durham, R Kolter, W Kim, ...
PLoS biology 13 (7), e1002191, 2015
Turbulence drives microscale patches of motile phytoplankton
WM Durham, E Climent, M Barry, F De Lillo, G Boffetta, M Cencini, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2148, 2013
Thin phytoplankton layers: characteristics, mechanisms, and consequences
WM Durham, R Stocker
Annual Review of Marine Science 4, 2012
Microbial competition in porous environments can select against rapid biofilm growth
KZ Coyte, H Tabuteau, EA Gaffney, KR Foster, WM Durham
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), E161-E170, 2017
Gyrotaxis in a steady vortical flow
WM Durham, E Climent, R Stocker
Physical Review Letters 106 (23), 238102, 2011
Turbulent fluid acceleration generates clusters of gyrotactic microorganisms
F De Lillo, M Cencini, WM Durham, M Barry, R Stocker, E Climent, ...
Physical review letters 112 (4), 044502, 2014
Microfluidics with fluid walls
EJ Walsh, A Feuerborn, JHR Wheeler, AN Tan, WM Durham, KR Foster, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 816, 2017
Single-cell twitching chemotaxis in developing biofilms
NM Oliveira, KR Foster, WM Durham
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (23), 6532-6537, 2016
Chemotactic response of marine bacteria to the extracellular products of Synechococcus and Prochlorococcus
JR Seymour, T Ahmed, WM Durham, R Stocker
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 59 (2), 161-168, 2010
Bacteria solve the problem of crowding by moving slowly
OJ Meacock, A Doostmohammadi, KR Foster, JM Yeomans, WM Durham
Nature Physics, 1-6, 2020
Microbial alignment in flow changes ocean light climate
Marcos, JR Seymour, M Luhar, WM Durham, JG Mitchell, A Macke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (10), 3860-3864, 2011
Tumbling for stealth?
R Stocker, WM Durham
Science 325 (5939), 400-402, 2009
Chain formation can enhance the vertical migration of phytoplankton through turbulence
S Lovecchio, E Climent, R Stocker, WM Durham
Science advances 5 (10), eaaw7879, 2019
Pressure-induced subsurface sediment transport in the surf zone
OS Madsen, WMK Durham
Coastal Sediments' 07, 82-95, 2007
Division by fluid incision: Biofilm patch development in porous media
WM Durham, O Tranzer, A Leombruni, R Stocker
Physics of Fluids 24 (9), 091107, 2012
On the thin-film asymptotics of surface tension driven microfluidics
SN Calver, EA Gaffney, EJ Walsh, WM Durham, JM Oliver
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 901, A6, 2020
Steering self-organisation through confinement
NAM Ara˙jo, LMC Janssen, T Barois, G Boffetta, I Cohen, A Corbetta, ...
Soft matter 19 (9), 1695-1704, 2023
A model of strongly biased chemotaxis reveals the trade-offs of different bacterial migration strategies
RN Bearon, WM Durham
Mathematical Medicine and Biology: A Journal of the IMA, 2019
Suicidal chemotaxis in bacteria
NM Oliveira, JHR Wheeler, C Deroy, SC Booth, EJ Walsh, WM Durham, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 7608, 2022
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