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This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Second-harmonic generation is an optical phenomenon that occurs when a nonlinear surface combines photons of light to produce photons with twice the frequency and half the wavelength of the original photons. Biodesy is harnessing its power to measure protein conformation for drug discovery.

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