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Kids Looking Under A Single Microscopes? Here?s An Ideal Alternative: LASER MICROSCOPES

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Haven?t we all been into the chemistry lab once in our life and had a tough time finding a tiny spot around the microscope? Don?t worry because we?ve got your back.

Microscopes are instruments that are used to enlarge an object that is kept under it. Usually, these objects are micro, meaning too small, in nature, which is impossible to be observed by naked eyes. The science of it is called microscopy.

Their history goes back to the late 1500s when compound type of this equipment was invented in the Netherlands.

WHAT ARE THE USES OF MICROSCOPES? (CAREER PROSPECT)

MEDICAL: Healthcare professionals use this tool to study, analyze and diagnose various kinds of viruses and living organisms present in the blood. This helps them prescribe suitable treatment and medications to their patients.

EDUCATIONAL: Students are shown types of cells and funguses, etc under the microscope which helps them understand science better. Children gain clarity about the study of Complex scientific processes like photosynthesis. It is an easier and more interesting approach to learning.

FORENSICS: Lab tests like DNA testing and post-mortems are done with the help of microscopes. These are important to collect crucial evidence to support a criminal investigation.

BIOLOGY: Science has made immense progress in the field of medicine. Life-saving drugs are found. These miracles are not possible without the use of correct tools. Microscopes help researchers to study a complex living organism and its functioning, through which diagnosing and healing becomes easier.

BOTANY: When flora and fauna are put under the microscope, one realizes how fragile nature is. It becomes indispensable for botanists to do enough research about the diverse species of plants present around us so that factors favoring their growth can be developed. This also helps in the flourishing of the agricultural sector.

WHAT IS A LASER MICROSCOPE?

This is a simpler, more affordable and larger version of the microscopes that are available outside. This microscope is designed smartly for the purpose of letting multiple observers observe the object under study at one time. This beautiful technology only uses a laser to produce an enlarged version of the subject onto the screen by simply placing it in front of the laser.

INSTITUTE: GOVERNMENT SR. SECONDARY SMART SCHOOL KALYAN, PUNJAB


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