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A new method of ultra-high resolution microscopy relies on quantum physics and lasers

Red, blue, green in nanolenses

Computer designed nanostructures do away with the need for multiple lenses 

Correlations of droplet velocities (projection of velocities along x-direction) plotted against a pair of droplets' spatial separation in the x and y direction. Red stands for positive values signifying joint motion; blue stands for negative values signifying opposing motion

Tiny water drops flowing in oil reveal a new type of order

Power Merger

Nanocrystals that absorb low-energy photons and emit higher-energy ones could increase solar cell efficiency

Live two-photon microscopy of the small intestine

How does the immune system in the gut distinguish between helpful microbes and those that wish us harm?



Yeast cell atlas: image by Michal Breker

A new map of protein routes in the cell holds some surprises for researchers

(l-r) Ori Katz, Eran Small and Prof. Yaron Silberberg. Under the skin
A new method of adjusting laser beams may enable them to focus on a point under the skin...
Two-photon autofluorescence image of a live cell incubated with gold nanoparticles, superimposed on a simple transmission image of the cell

The properties of materials on the nanometer scale could revolutionize everything from microscopy to solar collectors.