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Learn & Share: Stereomicroscopy

Stereomicroscopes offer the great advantage of providing a three dimensional view of the sample. This is vitally important for understanding or inspecting microscopic structures, their spatial extent and nature. Stereomicroscopes are therefore indispensable in a huge number of applications ranging from industrial production, quality control and materials research to forensics, biotechnology, genetics and nearly all areas of biomedical research. Modern stereomicroscopes are based on a modular design, allowing them to be configured for individual applications and tailored to the ergonomic needs of the user.   


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www.manubiz.comBuy & Sell Manufacturing Technology Solutions, events, news, case studies and discussion forums for automation professionals"Manufacturing is cool" (The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation network for scientists

bitesizebio.comOnline magazine and community for molecular and cell biology researchers

Journals of open access journals Journal of Metrology and Quality Engineering Journal of Quality Assurance in Engineering and Technology Education

www.lifescied.orgCBE-Life Sciences Education – an ASCB online journal Journal of Life Science Methods of Journals and Proceedings in Optics and Photonics - peer-reviewed journals on applied research in optics and photonics of Biophotonics, peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication B - the Royal Society's biological research journal Journal for microscopists and features on biomedical microscopy

Organizations / Institutes association for the advancement of technology association for the micro- and nano-electronics industries Society of Mechanical Engineers Society of America Microscopy Society Microscopical Society on microscopy for materials science; University of Cambridge, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy American Society of Cell Biology company of biologists

Materials Science on microscopy for materials science; University of Cambridge, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy American Ceramic Society (ACerS) for Iron & SteelTechnology (AIST)

www.asminternational.orgASM International (ASM)

www.tms.orgThe Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS)

www.semi.orgSEMI micro- and nano-electronics industries (SEMI)

www.ipc.orgAssociation Connecting Electronic Industries ( and Metallurgical Society of America (MMSA)

www.mrs.orgMaterials Research Society (MRS)

www.sigmaxi.orgThe Scientific Research Society (Sigma Xi)

Manufacturing Quality Society of Quality Ceramic Component Manufacturers (AACCM) Measuring Tool and Manufacturing Association (AMTMA) Manufacturing Practices program Plant Maintenance Resource Center

www.sme.orgThe Society for Manufacturing Engineers’ (SME)

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