Month: January 2007

The History of Stereo Microscopy – Part II

For millennia, glass was admired for its beauty and the artful objects that could be created with it. With the rise of the exact sciences, however, researchers became more demanding with regard to glass quality. Traditional glass was not suitable for microscope lenses – streaks, bubbles and inclusions containing impurities made precise observation impossible. Source …

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