There's a new experimental microscope that visualizes incredibly difficult-to-see things with incredible accuracy via entangled photons, MIT Technology Review reports. You know, for those moments when unentangled photons just aren't enough.
The new microscope's creators think entangled photons could improve the technology scientists currently use to see transparent things under a microscope. You might have seen some images made using this technology, called differential interference contrast microscopy. The pictures are pretty cool: