Volume 2, Number 9, September 2012
Microbehunter (September 2012) (1140)
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Beautiful, Mysterious, Deadly, Uranium!
Long wave ultra violet light causes uranium to glow bright green making it an beautiful sample for microscopic investigations.
The Modern Vampire’s “Breaking Dawn”
How the Rabies Epidemic of the 18th Century Created a Paradigm Shift in Vampirism.
Tree top Tardigrades
Tardigrades (moss piglets or water bears) are small animals with eight legs. They can be commonly found in moss, and “like spiders, they cast their skins”.
Charles E. Guevara
Images by Luca Monzo, Michael Race, Rashid Nassar and Oliver Kim
A Lab’s Spirit Lamp
A spirit lamp can be a versatile addition to a microscopy laboratory.