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Quantum Dots Carry Light into Remote Biological Regions

Small semiconductors are used to detect cancer, to image the lymphatic system and to modify microscopy.

Michael A. Greenwood, News Editor

Visualizing an object can go a long way toward understanding how it works. For growing numbers of researchers, quantum dots are becoming the tool of choice to provide the necessary light. The semiconductor nanocrystals increasingly are being used as tiny flashlights to illuminate intricate...Read full article

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