Help with Microscopy question!
Mahlon G. Kelly
mgk at darwin.clas.Virginia.EDU
Wed Feb 14 00:35:56 EST 1996
SMI at sedona.net writes:
> My company sponsors a program where a percentage of our profits goes to
> "Microscopes for Schools", and we send decent scopes out to help teachers
> get kids interested in science.
> I find that we need a source for prepared slides, with various microscopic
> specimens of interest to kids in the pre-teen and teen years. Would anyone
> know of a good source to purchase large quantities of slides with a
> variety of interesting subject matter that will work well on modest
> ($1000) microscopes?
> Thanks for your help,
> Dave Jensen, Managing Director
> Search Masters International
> Five Hundred Foothills South, Suite #2
> Sedona, AZ 86336
> (520) 282-3553 Phone or (520) 282-5881 Fax
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There are all sorts of things that kids can do with a
microscope. We send out a page with the Analyt for kids. I
would be glad to send you a copy. It includes such things as
disgusting bugs eyes, cat poo and parasites, etc. Kids love it.
We also have a wide variety of microscopes that are of the very
highest quality, and others that parents can afford.
Take a look at our site at
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University of Virginia
mgk at darwin.clas.virginia.edu
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