MicrobeHunter Magazine (July 2011)
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Volume 1, Number 7, July 2011

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Welcome to the seventh issue of MicrobeHunter magazine. You can download the PDF and order a printed version.

At this point I would also like to encourage all readers to participate by writing articles (short and long). Read the submissions page for more information.

If you encounter any errors or mistakes, please inform me, I will correct these and upload a new version.




What’s in your bath?
Shallow concrete bowls which are used by birds for drinking and bathing initially start out clear, then go green, and then red.
Anthony W. Thomas

A depth-adjustable wet mount
Please do not squash me! How to prevent the coverslip from crushing the specimen.
Anthony W. Thomas

Mental forays into education, microscopy related safety and a challenge
Joseph Wilhelm continues his musings and thoughts about microscopy. In this episode he focuses on education and safety.
G. Joseph Wilhelm

Gallery of Micrographs
Floie Barrows, Oliver Kim

DIY Fluorescence Illumination System
Several blue LEDs and a highlighting marker – Enough for some simple fluorescence work.
César Guazzaroni

Observing Bacteria
Observing unstained bacteria requires a phase contrast microscope. What can you expect to see?
Oliver Kim

Using GIMP to Measure Distances
It is possible to use the free program GIMP to do measurements on micrographs.
Oliver Kim

Rediscovering the Art of Slide Wrapping
Many antique microscope slides were wrapped in decorative paper. Here is an attempt to rediscover this art.
Oliver Kim


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