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Price: £43.00 / €48.16
We are delighted to see this fine publication back in print. An easy to read practical guide providing readers with all the knowledge they require to prepare better and more informative slides. Many pictures and diagrams.
Price: £10.50 / €11.76
Finally, an amateur microscopy book up-to-date with our modern world to introduce children, teenagers, and adults to a fantastic hobby and pastime. Learn how to buy a microscope, how to use it, what to look at, how to photograph & video what you find. The author founded one of the most established Hobby Microscopy sites on the web. Here is a book which exceeds the vision of other microscopy books for newbies and young people. Clear practical guide to everything you need to get started at any age. And if you are a teenager or older person wanting to get started, a whole section (half the book) brings the hobby into the digital age. The cobwebs covering older microscopy books are swept away as this book barges through and connects the pastime and pursuit of amateur microscopy in the past to the digital age of today. Learn how to make professional looking microscopy videos or take huge image photographs using budget microscopes and limited resources. Make stunning 3D images of microscopic creatures and plants or macro 3D images of insects. Not only a practical guide to the hobby today but an inspirational guide to help new people taking up the hobby use new techniques, materials, and safe methods to make their own slides and share their discoveries with others across the worldwide web
Price: £10.00 / €11.20
With many chemicals once used to prepare and mount specimens on slides now banned or deemed toxic, the enthusiast microscopist requires accress to easy-to-source mixes and chemicals to mount their own slides. This work by Walter Dioni provides a perfect solution
The perfect guide for all young people using a microscope for the first time. This book is supported by free internet accessed tutorial videos. Highly recommended for the junior scientist.
Price: £8.00 / €8.96
Anyone buying a microscope for the first time needs this excellent book. The microscope is 'explained' in a superb easy to understand and visual way. Not only that but there are 9 supporting videos available free online to download. An exceptional book highly recommended
Price: £12.00 / €13.44
by J E Marson. 72 pages. A first rate guide for the novice and experienced microscopist alike. The book concentrates in chapter form on the preparation of specimens for microscopy
Price: £58.00 / €64.96
A magnificant book containing a large number of superb colour photomicrographs and line drawings of human tissues. 444 pages.
Bradbury & Bracegirdle. 123 pages. A fine publication covering all aspects of the theory and practical use of compound and stereomicroscopes. Recommended
Price: £27.00 / €30.24
The definitive book about how to interpret the images produced from ground sections of rock There are many illustrations and detailed explanations. Highly recommended for those with an interest in geology.
Price: £20.00 / €22.40
A naturalists guide to the microscopic life found in ponds and small lakes. Well illustrated with an index. Recommended for those with a natural interest in the microscopic life of fresh water
Price: £15.00 / €16.80
A superb book for the insect enthusiast, specialising in the nettle habitat - an ideal book for the stereomicroscopist. Recommeded for its illustrations
Written by 'Boat Man' Tony Pattinson this is the definitive book for those interested in freshwater ecology and microscopy. The book is based on the 'How To' with the practical knowledge and skills of the author laid out in a very easy to understand way with many very helpful photographs and examples. The companion volume (Part2) continues the story and we understand that - Part 3 - will shortly be available
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