Work from Henry Bock's group has been accepted for publication in the world's foremost physics letters journal Physical Review Letters (112, 128301,  2014) and has been  highlighted as Editor's Choice. The manuscript presents the Theory of Corresponding Distances, which improves the efficiency of determining the interactions mediated by soft nanostructures in nanofibrous materials by three orders of magnitude. This breakthrough enables the computational design of soft nanostructures with target properties.