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Caring for Your Laboratory Microscope

Caring for Your Laboratory Microscope

The laboratory microscope is a valuable and essential tool in scientific research and education. It allows us to explore the intricate world of microscopic organisms and structures. To ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your laboratory microscope, it is crucial to follow proper care and maintenance practices. In this article, we will provide you […]

The Latest Digital Classroom Solutions in Microscopy

The Latest Digital Classroom Solutions in Microscopy

Euromex NexiusZoom Stereo Microscopes with GXCAM HiChrome-HR4 Cameras and GXCAM HiChrome-HD Display Cameras at the University of Cambridge As technology continues to advance, it has transformed the way we teach and learn in various fields, including microscopy. In the realm of science education, digital classroom solutions have revolutionised the way students interact with microscopes and […]

Making an Impact with Your Teaching Microscope Laboratory at Open Days

GX Microscopes XPLPOLTEC Polarising Microscopes in a university teaching laboratory

GX Microscopes XPLPOLTEC-3 Polarising Microscopes at Keele University Open days at educational institutions are a wonderful opportunity for teachers and students to showcase their achievements and engage with the wider community. One crucial aspect of these open days is the teaching microscope laboratory, where educators can demonstrate the wonders of science and microscopy to visitors. […]

Our Top 13 Microscopy Influencers To Follow

Our top 13 microscopy influencers to follow

Starfish larva, captured by Igor Adameyko With rapid advances in microscopy imaging and mobile phone camera technology over recent years, the micro world has been making its way out to the bigger world of social media and YouTube. The response has been incredible, with several microscopy-related accounts reaching over 250,000 followers and some even nearing […]

Adjusting The Eyepiece Dioptre On Your Microscope

What is the dioptre adjustment and why do we need it? Many people do not have the same vision in both eyes.  So when viewing down a microscope with two eyepieces, it’s important to be able to adjust the eyepieces to suit the vision of each individual eye, to help the user see a clear, […]

Microscopes For Beekeepers

There are a number of different applications related to beekeeping that require microscopes.  Different types of microscopes are suited to different applications.  Below is a guide to which microscopes are best for each type fo application. High Power Microscopes For Pollen, Disease And Parasite Identification: For these applications, high magnification microscopes are required.  These are known […]

How To Get The Best Image From Your Microscope Camera In GXCAPTURE-T

The #ASKGTVISIONSHOW with GT Vision Ltd. is a Q&A show where we answer your questions about microscopes/microscopy. This episode explains how to use the free GXCAPTURE-T software to get the best possible image from your GXCAM camera on a microscope. For a chance to have your question answered on the show, send us a question […]

Sharing A Few Of Our Favourite Customer Images #MyGTV

We love seeing all the incredible photographs that our customers having been snapping using their new microscopes and cameras and each month we’ll be sharing a selection of these in this new blog feature.  For a chance to feature, post your images on social media (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook) and hashtag #MyGTV  Paul Rule Pond life images taken using his Olympus […]

Which Microscope Should I Use To Inspect Printed Circuit Boards Or Phone Parts?

Printed circuit boards and phone parts are commonly viewed under the microscope for inspection and for soldering. There are several challenges that the user may face when viewing PCB’s under the microscope: So, we will now list suitable systems, in order of budget (lowest cost first), with the advantages and limitations of each system clearly […]

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