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Observing Brownian motion

Brownian motion is the random movement of particles. This motion can be observed under the microscope, when looking at very small particles. In this case we will have a look at the fat droplets in milk.


The uSCOPE MXII digital microscope

uSCOPE MX II digital microscope

The uSCOPE MXII microscope is a slide digitizer, which allows you to take overlapping pictures to be stitched together into a larger final image.


New Microscopy Forum!

The new microscopy forum is now online and everyone is invited to join.


White balance and image quality

moss cells (level corrected)

Automatic white balance can greatly increase the information content of the images, it can also introduce color artifacts, however.


High speed micrography – stinging nematocysts of a jelly fish

Here is an embedded Youtube video which shows some high speed photography.

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