Microscopy Applications


From the post renaissance era of human society to the modern era, the microscope has made a tremendous contribution leading to revolutionary breakthroughs in science and technology.

Human thinking has been impacted and our curiosity has been ignited.  Our daily lives with modern electronics, medicine and food have been greatly impacted by technology originating from discoveries in microscopy confirming that the microscope is a vital scientific instrument not to be over looked.  

MicroscopeMaster offers a list of valuable articles showing the variety of microscopy applications. 


Life Sciences




Nanotechnology


Pathology





Studying Cells

Learn more about Cell CultureCell Division and Cell Staining. And check out information on Cell Theory as well as Tissue Culture.

Studying leaves and plants:  Trichomes and Microscopy

And the use for Chromatography is interesting!



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