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Is a DIY Microscope for you?

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Author: Jenice Con Foo
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Mad City Labs Inc.

Recently, it has become very popular for researchers to explore building their own microscopes. Budgetary and technical specifications are among the motivations for this approach. However, there is a spectrum of solutions within the DIY microscope space. This article helps readers determine whether a do-it-yourself (DIY) microscope is the appropriate solution for their application and how to procure the right instrument.

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