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Under the microscope #1 – Dandelion

Dandelion seeds are scattered by wind. Here I am having a look at the fruit of a dandelion. The fruits are the fine “hairs” that carry the seed. In the field of Biology the term “fruit” does not have the same meaning as in everyday usage.



The Toupcam S3CMOS: A small USB 3 Microscope Camera

A review of Toupcam S3CMOS, a USB 3 microscope camera



Radiolarian

Focus animation of a radiolarian

Here we have a focus animation of two radiolaria. The shells of these organisms are made of silica, which is similar to glass.



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.



 

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