Print Your Own Microscope

15. April 2016 von Carsten T. Rees

parts of the Bowman microscopeLooking for a high performance microscope that’s small enough to slip under a fume hood or inside a biosafety cabinet? One so cheap to produce that it’s practically disposable? 3D printing can provide the answer. Richard Bowman’s research group at the NanoPhotonics Centre in Cambridge, UK, purchased their first 3D printer around three years ago. Read more and get your own resource code and assembly instructions from the Bowman’s group from this Lab Times article by Laura Jane Brooks.

Schlagworte: , , ,

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht.

Captcha loading...