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Toward X-ray movies

Low-power tabletop source of ultrashort electron beams could replace car-size laboratory devices. Ultrashort bursts of electrons have many important uses in scientific imaging, but producing them has typically required an expensive car-sized apparatus. In the journal Optica, researchers at MIT, … Continue reading

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Now You Can See Through Walls With MIT’s X-Ray Vision Technology

You can finally become the superhero you always wanted to be! Thanks to scientists at MIT, we now have software that detects radio signal variations in order to discern human silhouettes … through walls. But it gets better: Professor Dina Katabi says … Continue reading

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