Microscopio óptico antiguo
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El microscopio óptico fue inventado a finales del siglo XVI y principios del XVII, aunque no está muy clara la autoría de la invención.
Microscopio óptico binocular
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Esquema de un microscopio óptico
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Microscopio simple de Leeuwenhoek.
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de microscoop werd uitgevonden door antonie van leeuwenhoek. bij deze microscoop moest je door een lens kijken en zo kon je kleine organisme onderzoeken. antonie van leeuwenhoek heeft zich ook gespecialiseerd in dit soort kleine organisme
Noooooo, dont look at the dates!!! [Microscope history timeline: History of optical light microscopes]
Antonie Philips van Leeuwenhoek is commonly known as "the Father of Microbiology", and considered to be the first microbiologist. He is best known for his work on the improvement of the microscope and for his contributions towards the establishment of microbiology.
Van Leeuwenhoek microscope replica.Hooke made the first recorded microscopic observation but Van Leeuwenhoek was the first to observe single-celled organisms like microbes. In 1676, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek observed bacteria and other microorganisms in water, the first bacteria observed by man, using a single-lens microscope of his own design. Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1632–1723) is credited with bringing the microscope to the attention of biologists.
Antonie van Leeuwenkoek was the only person to use the type of microscope he did. While most scientists, including Robert Hooke, who wrote a book called Micrographia, which provided inspiration and methods for Leeuwenkoek, were using compound microscopes that did not have very strong magnification, Leeuwenkoek was able to use his skills of lens grinding from his work in the textile industry to create powerful single-lens microscopes that could magnify things 200 to 300 times.
LES SCIENCES ET LES TECHNOLOGIES Antoni van Leeuwenhoek est un savant du siècle d'or néerlandais. Il inventa son propre microscope durant les années 1600. Il fut le premier "à observer le vivant. " (On constate qu'il n'y a pas de date répertoriée pouvant spécifier l'année où Van Leeuwenhoek aurait créé son invention.) Son invention contribua énormément pour la science. Cette image ne représente pas vraiment le courant baroque, car il s'agit d'une invention scientifique de l'époque.
Sciences et technologies: Reconstitution du microscope d'Antoni van Leuwenhoek.
El microscopio de Leeuwenhoek (cabía en la palma de la mano)
one of Antonie van Leeuwenhoek's microscopes (1632-1723)
Automaton that was the inspiration for "Hugo"
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Maillardet's Automaton on display at the Franklin Institute. A truly amazing human accomplishment. The inspiration for the movie 'HUGO'.
Maillardet's Automaton. Automata, such as Maillardet's Automaton, demonstrated mankind's efforts to imitate life by mechanical means—and are fascinating examples of the intersection of art and science.
Did you know that Maillardet's Automaton was built around 1800 and still stands, and functions, in #TheFranklinInstitute's #AmazingMachine exhibit? Click for more! #Science #Engineering #History
Maillardet's Automaton at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia (circa 1820's) - it writes and draws. Inspiration for The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Follow this to the original site to read about it and see the videos.
Maillardet's Automaton at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia - inspiration for The Invention of Hugo Cabret
"During the 18th century, people were in a state of wonder over mechanism. The first complex machines produced by man were called "automata." The greatest and most fascinating mechanisms were those that could do things in imitation of living creatures. This Automaton, known as the 'Draughtsman-Writer,' is one such machine."
Maillardet's Automaton The intersection of art and science - mankind's efforts to imitate life by mechanical means. http://www.fi.edu/learn/sci-tech/automaton/automaton.php?cts=instrumentation
Antique Automaton that writes & draws....Wasn't this in the movie "Hugo"?
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Cymatics - could make a vibration driven kaleidescope?
Cymatics sound wave representation
Virus bacteriófago infectando una bacteria. Visto al microscopio y coloreado. Imagen de Rick Swarts
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Anti GMO Foods and Fluoridated Water: FDA Approves Use of Viruses as a Food Additive to be sprayed on meat and poultry to kill the Listeria bacteria. This is the first time a virus has been used this way. The public will not be informed whether their meat and poultry have been sprayed or not.
A bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria. Amazing! It looks like a little alien wiggling it's way into the cell wall
A bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria. Intricacies of biological mechanics at its smallest!
Cool photo of a bacteriophage virus on a bacterial cell. (phago- = engesting, so bacteriophage means "bacteria-eating") New World Encyclopedia
I believe in ghosts... ghost bacteriophages -A bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria. (artificially colored red)
A T4 bacteriophage virus injects DNA into a cell. This delicate, almost playful-looking thing is, in fact, one of the "good guys." It's a representation of the T4 bacteriophage, which, Jerram says, "infects E. coli bacteria and has been used for over 60 years in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe as an alternative to antibiotics. More recently, the virus has been seen to have potential as a therapy against multi drug resistant strains of many bacteria."
A T4 bacteriophage virus injects DNA into a cell.a virus that infects bacteria. Amazing!
virus attacking a cell, this looks like something from a science fiction movie
Cool photo of a bacteriophage virus on a bacteria
Latte al microscopio
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Lo riconoscete? Anche un comune alimento come il latte in polvere, se analizzato attraverso le lenti di un microscopio a scansione elettronica, assume un aspetto insolito. Questa polvere si ottiene facendo passare il latte liquido in cilindri rotanti riscaldati o polverizzandolo a una temperatura di circa 50°C. Tutti procedimenti che consentono all’alimento di mantenere le proprie qualità nutrizionali.
Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, Histoire naturelle du corail, 1864.
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Illustration from Histoire naturelle du corail, by Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, 1864. Coral here is suggested to “eject” its vital “milk.”
Histoire naturelle du corail :. Paris :J. B. Baillière,1864.. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/12039527
Histoire naturelle du corail, by Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, 1864. #dailyconceptive #diarioconceptivo
Illustration from Histoire naturelle du corail, by Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, 1864.
Scientific Illustration | aqua-vita: Illustration from Histoire naturelle...
TRAPPED-Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, Histoire naturelle du corail, 1864.
Histoire naturelle du corail :. Paris :J. B. Baillière,1864
Sex life of coral. Histoire naturelle du corail. 1864.
Intestino de un embrión de pollo visto desde un microscopio (20x)
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biocanvas: A twenty-times magnified image of the intestine of a chick embryo. Image by Poulomi Ray, Clemson University.
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Chick embryo intestine (20x) by Poulomi Ray Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University Clemson, South Carolina, USA
Poulomi Ray, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA: Chick embryo intestine (20X) - Confocal
Chick embryo intestine | 2011 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World
Chick embryo intestine (20x) Photographed by Poulomi Ray, Clemson University.
Poulomi Ray, Chick embryo intestine (20X) #microscopic
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