NewsMonte Carlo simulations bring new focus to electron
microscopy

17th February 2022by admin0
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With highly specialized instruments, we can see
materials on the nanoscale—but we can’t see what many of them do.
That limits researchers’ ability to develop new therapeutics and
new technologies that take advantage of their unusual
properties.

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