Mit einer Kombination aus ultrakurzen Laserpulsen (rot) und einem Rastertunnelmikroskop filmen Forscher des Max-Planck-Instituts für Festkörperforschung Prozesse in der Quantenwelt. Die Elektronen sind blau gefärbt und der Quantenprozess zeigt sich als farbige Wellen. © Dr. Christian Hackenberger

There are still many riddles left in the world of quantum technology. In order to understand what goes on at that level with the smallest particles, it would be nice if we could understand how processes unfold. Scientists Manish Garg and Klaus Kern have now made that happen. They designed a microscope that can be used to film extremely fast processes in the quantum world. And in HD quality.

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Author profile picture Arnoud Cornelissen has for many years been writing about science and technology in, among others, various Dutch newspapers.