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Microscopes – They Don’t Clean Themselves!

There are three things which most research grade and laboratory microscopes share in common: (1) They are relatively expensive pieces of equipment, (2) They are delicate instruments with a complex series of components and (3) They don’t clean themselves! One …

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Koehler Illumination: A History and Practical Set Up

The method of Koehler Illumination is named after its’ inventor- August Koehler (1866-1948). When he published this technique in 1893, many of the sources of illumination for microscopy were reliant on natural light using mirrors, or chemical or gas lights. …

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