Articles written by students on the Biomedical Photographic Communications (BPC) program November 2006,
at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), NY State, USA.
Click here to view the 2004 course students' articles.
Micscape Acknowledgements: Many thanks to the students for sharing their enthusiasm and skills on such a wonderful variety of topics. Writing an article for Micscape formed part of their course assignment, which was a neat idea originally proposed by Ted Kinsman the course instructor for the 2004 course, to which we readily agreed to repeat for the 2006 course at his suggestion! Thanks to Ted for all the work behind the scenes to make this happen. Also thanks to Michael Peres, the dept. head for his introduction and for the department's generous collaboration.
Introduction to Biomedical Photographic Communications (BPC) program at the Rochester Institute of Technology by Michael Peres, dept. head. Originally written for the 2004 course work.
How to photograph aquatic snails using the spike topped apple snail as an example, by Christa McChancy.
Desert plants by Michael Hakans.
The Rocky Mountain wood tick (female) Dermacentor andersoni by Alycia Yee.
Fluorescent minerals by Robert Mays.
Constrictors using ball pythons and red tailed boas as examples, by Katie Chmielewski. (In Acrobat pdf format).
A closer look at the marble, veil-tailed angelfish by Geoffrey Stein.
Purple pitcher plants Sarracenia purpurea by Heather Meers.
Lucky bamboo or is it? by Kathryn Lebbon.
Fluorescence illumination by Mary Mihajlov.
Russian tortoise by Kristin Konecki.
CombineZ5 use of this image stacking software by Katherine Lindquist. (In Acrobat pdf format).
The seahorse by Stefanie Carey.
Published in the November 2006
edition of Micscape.
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