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    New microscope technology gives researchers a detailed look at structure and composition of materials

    At their core, electron microscopes work a lot like a movie projectors. A high-powered beam passes through a material and it projects something—usually something we really want to see—onto a screen on the other side. With most electron microscopes, however, capturing data is like trying to project a movie onto a dirty screen that is too small to see the whole projection. But a new camera technology, tested by researchers at Drexel University, is enabling the microscopes to present a clearer, more complete and detailed look at their featured presentation.

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