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While holography is often associated with artistic 3D images, it can also be used for many other purposes. In a new study, scientists have created holograms of atoms using laser-driven electron motion, which could lead to a new type of ultra-fast photoelectron spectroscopy. In the future, this type of holography could enable scientists to study the structures of molecules in a more direct way than before.

To take it a step further, how about a holographic 3-D movie of a molecule in action? As in protein synthesis.  To read the rest of the article, click here.
Category: Science