A synergy of electrons and photons expands the possibilities of electron microscopy
Electron microscopes use a beam of electrons rather than photons, harnessing their very short wavelengths to resolve features more than a million times smaller than possible with super-resolution light microscopes. They have given us an unprecedented view of materials and their behaviours, capturing dynamic changes with extremely high spatial and temporal resolution. The EU-funded EBEAM project is determined to significantly surpass current capabilities by harnessing the unique interactions between free electrons and optical light fields, pushing resolution limits and opening up areas of study not accessible with current technology.
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