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Volume 85 Issue 52 | pp. 36-39
Issue Date: December 24, 2007

In The Niche Of Time

Unique ultrafast electron imaging tools use time to help elucidate function
Department: Science & Technology
With the ultrafast electron microscope, Caltech researchers gathered frames to create this movie of a channel that opens and closes in crystals of CuTCNQ as electron pulses are turned on and off.
Credit: Courtesy of David Flannigan
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Time Bandits
Zewail (center) and colleagues pose with the second-generation ultrafast electron microscope.
Credit: Robert Paz/Caltech
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Time Bandits
Zewail (center) and colleagues pose with the second-generation ultrafast electron microscope.
Credit: Robert Paz/Caltech
Seeing Biology
Details of a rat cell as imaged by ultrafast electron microscopy.
Credit: © 2005 Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA
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Seeing Biology
Details of a rat cell as imaged by ultrafast electron microscopy.
Credit: © 2005 Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA

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