Microscopy For Younger People  (and beginners?)
And Access to PIPPA'S PROGRESS
by Mol Smith

 
 


Young people six to sixteen and adults starting out on practising microscopy (beginners), either as a hobby or just out of human curiosity, often find themselves not really knowing what to do, or how to get the best out of their microscope or macro lens/magnifier.

This section of our site at Microscopy-UK is aimed at getting you going in the right direction. It's all here: from buying a macro lens magnifier, a microscope, what to watch out for and to avoid, along with simple clear non-technical notes to use your microscope and what to look at. Just simple click on one of the pictures right to start.

Our main index above includes our monthly ezine aimed at the hobby microscopist called Micscape Magazine which has thousands of our articles published over the last twenty years.
Micscape is updated on the 13th of each month.

 




A simplified introduction to buying and using a 'first' microscope




A comprehensive and detailed primer into the hobby of Microscopy




Pippa shows young
people a lot
about microscopy in a set
of online HD videos



A quick VISUAL guide
to what to explore under
a microsope

The Complete Section for
PIPPA'S PROGRESS
is here.


PIPPA

We like to help people. Got a question before you dive in? We'll answer you here.

 
 

  

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