Yesterday we finally got our microscope! We are in the testing-phase with the camera attachment. This will allow us to take some great close-up shots of media and fibers as we work on materials. Until we can show you some pictures, go over to Parks Library Preservation and see what fun they have with their scope.
Aaron Cunningham (pictured left) from Martin Microscope Company set up the scope and patiently demonstrated how it all works. Erin Hammeke (pictured right) put the first object under the scope, an 8th Century manuscript that is in the lab for re-housing.
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What fun! Can’t wait to see what you’ll be doing with your new Vital Piece of Lab Equipment.
Me too! I may need some hints on getting better photos from the scope. I love your monthly quizzes, such a great idea.
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