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single protein hologram structure

Electron Holography Microscope Obtains First Image of a Single Protein

  Researchers from the University of Zurich have obtained the first image ever of a single protein. The molecule was fixed on a graphene sheet and imaged with an electron holographic microscope. By emitting low-energy electrons, this technique acquired images without damaging the sample, and the thinness of graphene allowed electrons to pass through it and […]

Scanning Tunnel Electron Holography Microscope

World’s Most Powerful Microscope Begins Peeping into the Unknown

A newly installed seven ton microscope unveiled at the University of Victoria takes the title of the world’s most powerful microscope from its American counterpart. The one of its kind Scanning Transmission Electron Holography Microscope (STEHM) has a resolution of 35 picometers, more powerful than the microscope at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with a resolution […]