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Accepted Topics:

I accept guest posts on the following topics:

  • Your microscopy experiments/research
  • Microscope related product ideas/releases
  • Digital Imaging (Microscopy)
  • Cell Biology related topic
  • Life Sciences 

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Whenever it’s helpful, please include screenshots, videos and/or images. Must be under your ownership obviously and credit shown.

Article length:

1000 to 2,500 words long is the guideline.  This is a suggested length.  The key is that the article is original, excellent and comprehensive.

Links (outbound):

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If possible, please also include other outbound links to other relevant, helpful resources on the web.

Internal links: 

Please include and highlight a link to other relevant, helpful articles on


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