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Anh Nguyen, Sara Tavana (20 Somerset, Boston, MA, 02111)The advances in the different sciences like biology, chemistry, physics and their effects on health and life, have increased the need to educate people on the complex systems and new research methods. Our procedure, using the Microsoft Hololens, allows clear visualization of data and creation of an interactive and entertaining learning experience that was not previously possible. Suffolk University's Multiple Realities Team, comprised of both students and faculty, has created structures of proteins, isomers, and advanced lab equipment. These resources are being used in labs and lectures to test the capabilities of the newly obtained Hololenses in educational and research settings. This technology bridges the gaps between the diverse departments at Suffolk University. Using this new technology, students from different majors and backgrounds are able to create 3D structures, using available software, to both visualize and study complex material and methods.