Are you wanting to find the best microscope to suit your needs or simply learn more about microscopy?
Details in specimens that can be magnified today certainly reveal an exciting depth to our world.
At whichever level you may be at, a student or professional, beginner to advanced, broadening your knowledge will add to your discovery of this fascinating field.
Here you’ll find lots of easy to follow free information about compound, stereo, digital and various other types of scopes. Articles on uses, benefits and disadvantages of each type will better equip you in your decision process.
Take an indepth look at models from the major manufacturers like Nikon, Zeiss, Olympus and Leica as well as study the invaluable microscopy techniques and applications of today.
There are a wide variety of imaging techniques used in biological research, from the more basic to advanced, each with their pros and cons. MicroscopeMaster expands upon them - brightfield, darkfield, phase contrast, fluorescence and more, to help you correctly determine which module is best to use in conjunction with your microscope.
Importantly, a section focusing on student/kids microscopes is quickly developing. There are several sturdy models available that are perfect for your budding scientist as well as for your college student.
It's also exciting to delve outside of the "optical" norm and into the world of nanoscience and technology through the study of electron and scanning probe microscopy.
Nanotechnology is making serious strides and some developments concern scientists but this field is expanding rapidly and so at the same time as being concerned, scientists are equally as fascinated. A section on nanotechnology is offered for your reading.
Current information, reviews and comparisons can help you find a good quality microscope in your price range, therefore depending on your needs, it may not be necessary to purchase the most advanced and so keep within your budget.
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Sep 27, 16 01:36 PM
A Petri dish is a shallow cylindrical glass lidded dish that is typically used to culture microorganisms. Preparation of agar plates is an easy and fun exercise in microscopy.
Sep 24, 16 12:46 PM
Microorganisms are simple, single celled organisms that can be found all around the world. They are largely composed of the members of the plant kingdom, fungi, bacteria and protozoa.
Sep 19, 16 11:59 AM
Pond water contains a variety of plant and animal life. While some can be seen with the naked eye, others are too small and will require the use of a microscope to be able to properly observe them.