Fluorescent jellyfish proteins light up unconventional laser
Useful proteinsAlexander Semenov/Moment Open/GettyBy Emily BensonSafer lasers to map your cells could soon be in the offing – all thanks to the humble jellyfish. Conventional lasers, like the pointer you might use to entertain your cat, produce light by emitting identical photons after they have bounced around inside a cavity. But scaling these up...
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