May 2021: A research team led by KIC co-director David Muller has beaten their previous world record for resolution by a factor of two by using an electron microscope pixel array detector (EMPAD) that incorporates even more sophisticated 3D reconstruction algorithms to locate individual atoms in all three dimensions when they might be otherwise hidden using other imaging methods. Read more about the development in the Cornell Chronicle article.

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