Hold Still, from the American Physical Society's Physical Review Focus, describes how Stanford graduate student Adam Cohen built a feedback device to stop Brownian motion in its tracks and trap particles down to about 20 microns across. The article includes a color image that is an artistic rendition of the random walk of Brownian motion.
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