Exploring the miniature
ISSN 1365 - 070x
Issue 29: March 1998
Next update April 13th
with topical news throughout the month
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Articles this Month
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|The search for knowledge
- an amateur naturalist describes his interest in gall wasps, bees and ants
|Parasitoid wasp threatens
Scottish seven spot ladybird
- with potential effects on agriculture and horticulture
|A legacy of microscopy
- a fascinating look at older toy microscope sets
|A Nightmare on MicStreet
- head lice, a stimulating look at a serious topic!
|Water droplet microscopes
- an historical look at their description and use
|How fast is an amoeba?
- a summary of an interesting chat prompted by an email query
|Brochosomes - tiny objects
excreted by leafhoppers. A challenge for the amateur?
- a summary of responses to our January 'Image of the Month' enquiry
|Image of the month
- the rotifer Brachionus rubens
- the crab louse and how it's designed for it's favourite 'home'!!
|Build your own SEM for 600 dollars (No longer available
.. April Fool'sDay spoof).
- Intrigued, then read further!
|Inside a computer hard
- a macro' and microscopic tour to show some marvels of miniaturisation
CD-ROM now available
includes 'Microscope for the PC' software
with all the slidesets, a full year of the best of Micscape,
multimedia and more!
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