Learn about Leeuwenhoek.
This is the web
site of Brian
the World's greatest authority on Leeuwenhoek's
microscopes and specimens. Dr.
Ford has written several books on his investigations into
Leeuwenhoek's microscopes and on his discovery of the sample
specimens Leeuwenhoek sent to the Royal Society of London,
more than 300 years ago. This is an excellent website for
those interested in Leeuwenhoek and
the history of single lens
Brian J. Ford's website
recommend you go
to the General & Education section, then follow
the links of interest.
There are links to
a wide range of sites,
from image galleries
to tutorials. The
tutorials on compound
microscope use are
of limited value
to PocketScope® users,
since the PS-150
of unique design.
the Virtual Library
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