The development of a microscopy technique that enables observation of the interactions between six types of organelle, in 3D and over time, holds promise for improving our understanding of intracellular processes. See Letter p.162
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Shim, SH. An intracellular dance visualized. Nature 546, 39–40 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature22500