With support from the National Science Foundation, this University of Michigan team has built a new laser-based instrument called a quantum entanglement microscope. They're using entangled photons in microscopy, research that was virtually impossible only a decade ago. The microscope generates high resolution images with low intensity beams, enabling the team to image delicate samples, such as living cells, without damaging them. Quantum entangled microscopy is an example of how quantum research is opening the door to advances in all the sciences. The research in this episode was supported by these NSF grants: #1607949 "Entangled Photon Imaging and Microscopy for Chemical and Biological Investigations" and #1836374 "QLC: EAGER: Collaborative Research: Developing Experiment and Theory for Entangled Photon Spectroscopy."
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