Welcome to MicrobeHunter Microscopy Magazine. You can download the PDF and order a printed version.
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Bacillariophyceae – Diatoms
Diatoms have intricate cell walls made of silica.
Quartzite… a Chameleon.
This is the a second of a series of photos of thin section minerals, crystals and other non-biological microscope slides.
How did Gammerus get in there?
Some thoughts on Gammerus crustaceans thriving underneath our past glaciers
Yogurt. Stress and strain relief for the microscopist
The long route to strain relief .
Serious toy – the making of a LEGO microscope.
I have rediscovered my almost forgotten love for LEGO. After years of idleness, it is time to pick up the bricks again.
By Oliver Kim