Monthly Archives: December 2008

12 Dec

What do philatelists, numismatics and entomologists know that we don’t? The most useful microscope is a stereo microscope, aka a dissecting microscope. Stereo microscopes image in 3 dimensions, unlike their compound microscope counterparts. Stereo microscopes are widely used by watch … Continue reading

10 Dec

How do forensic investigators view the unseen at the crime site? They use the Bodelin ProScope. This hand held digital microscope has magnifications ranging from 10X to 1000X. The resolution is as high as 1280 x 1024. The Bodelin ProScope … Continue reading

08 Dec

If you wish to see the unseen, then you would have to use the Celestron Laboratory Compound Microscope, Celestron 44100. This is a perfect entry-level biological microscope with simple features. This is a serious microscope with the beginner in mind! … Continue reading

05 Dec

Have you been introduced to a precision portable microscope that offers features of a full-size laboratory microscope in a compact and light weight package? If not, it is time to meet Omex Technologies MICROMET Microscope! This microscope is ideal for … Continue reading

03 Dec

Announcing a breakthrough in Microscope technology and design by Celestron! Celestron, one of the worlds leading designers and manufacturers of telescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, microscopes and related microscope accessories, is empowering hobbyists, collectors, teachers, students, scientists and medical professionals. They … Continue reading

02 Dec

We have the perfect microscope for children eight years and up. If you have a child in this age group then you want to look at the Meade ME-MI-04337 Microscope that includes a 19 piece accessory kit! I can guarantee … Continue reading

01 Dec

Is there a student on your list who is a budding scientist? The Meade 8200 microscope is a good way to find out. The Meade 8200 comes with 5 plastic prepared slides and 5 plastic blank slides. It comes with … Continue reading