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Transport in strongly interacting quantum systems is of great interest
in diverse areas of physics — condensed matter, black holes and string
theory, quark-gluon plasmas and cold atoms — which, at first sight,
appear to have little in common. In this talk, I will focus on ultracold
Fermi gases across the BCS-BEC crossover where there has
been an explosion of experimental and theoretical progress. I will
discuss exact viscosity sum rules  that relate transport, spectroscopy
and thermodynamics, and their implications for the strongly interacting
unitary regime in 3D. I will conclude with new insights  into the
experimental observations of apparent scale invariance in 2D Fermi gases.
 E.Taylor & M. Randeria, Phys. Rev. A 81, 053610 (2010)
 E. Taylor & M. Randeria; Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 135301 (2012)