NanoMRI is a scanning technique that produces nondestructive, high-resolution 3D images of nanoscale objects, and promises to become a powerful tool. Producing images with near-atomic resolution, however, is difficult and time-consuming. Striving to overcome this limitation, researchers have developed a parallel measurement technique, which they report in Applied Physics Letters. Information that normally would be measured sequentially -- one bit after another -- can now be measured at the same time with a single detector.
- Applied Physics Letters