'Micscape' magazine on-line: exploring the 'miniature' world

Dave Walker dave at diwalk.demon.co.uk
Wed Apr 14 07:36:17 EST 1999


Hello

The April issue of the 'Micscape' web magazine is now on-line.

The magazine, compiled by volunteers, is a forum for enthusiasts of
amateur microscopy and the 'miniature world' in general to share their
interests on the web.

Thanks for your time.

David Walker


'Micscape' at http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/indexmag.html

Contents

News feature: Nanobes - are these the smallest living organisms yet
found?

Making a study of bat droppings.

Ouch!! A closer look at mosquito mouthparts.

'Things' that don't belong where they are.

Introduction to the optical microscope.

Oblique and axial illumination.

Notes on adapting microscopes for phase contrast.

Image gallery: the desmid Micrasterias truncata.

Some of the types of nannofossils and microfossils that occur in the
Dorset Mesozoic sediments.

Photomicrography on a shoestring budget.

Enjoying Spring in close-up.





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