Best Microscopes & Microsocopy Books

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1. Sketch book for kids: Blank Paper for Drawing – 110 Pages ( 8.5"x11" )Blank Paper for Drawing, Doodling or Sketching (Sketchbooks For Kids)

Author: by Amy Sunday
110 pages

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Sketchbook: A Large Journal With Blank Paper For Drawing And SketchingThis sketchbook for kidsis the perfect tool to improve your drawing skills! This journal is printed on high quality 60# interior stock and is perfectly sized at 8. 5 x 11 so you can bring it with you on the go.

The trendy cover has a beautiful matte finish. Add some fun markers, crayons, and art supplies and you have the perfect, easy gift for kids! Perfect for improving your drawing Printed on high quality interior stock Premium matte finish cover Blank 110 pages Read more Read less

2. Clinical Informatics Board Review and Self Assessment

Author: by Scott Mankowitz

355 pages

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The book offers an introduction to all the informatics concepts that are represented on the Clinical Informatics Board Examination The core and direction of this book is to mirror the model of clinical informatics which is used by the American Board of Preventive Medicine to create their exam.

Unlike any other text on the market, the book includes simulated exam questions, to help the reader asses his knowledge and focus his study. Clinical Informatics Board Review and Self Assessment is a thorough practical assistant to refine the reader’s knowledge regarding this youngest and possibly broadest fields of medicine.

3. Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientists and Engineers

Author: by John Essick Dr
Oxford University Press
720 pages

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New to this EditionNew “Use It!” examples at the end of each chapter present ready-to-use solutions for common problems encountered in laboratory workCovers the most current National Instruments data acquisition (NI DAQ) devices and the latest LabVIEW versionCommonly used integrated circuits are highlighted in end-of-chapter problems and “Use It!” examplesA new chapter introduces all features of NI DAQ devices using the Measurement and Automation Explorer (MAX)Departing from the style of typical manuals, Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientists and Engineers, Fourth Edition, uses a learn-by-doing approach to guide students through using this powerful laboratory tool.

It helps students-who are not assumed to have prior experience-master the computer-based skills they need to carry out effective experiments.

4. In Search of Stardust: Amazing Micrometeorites and Their Terrestrial Imposters

Author: by Jon Larsen
152 pages

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Tiny pieces of space rock called micrometeorites are everywhere on Earth. In Search of Stardust shows you how to find them and keep them safe. The solar system is a dusty place. Every day approximately 100 metric tons of cosmic dust collides with Earth, mainly in the form of micrometeorites.

Most of these mineral particles (iron, nickel, etc. Are smaller than grains of sand, and they are falling down on us all the time and all over the globe. Still, little is known about these exotic extraterrestrials. In Search of Stardust is the first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites.

It’s also a photo documentary comprising more than 1,500 previously unpublished images: the first atlas of micrometeorites, hundreds of which are depicted here in high-resolution color microscopic photography and in scanning electron microscope imagery. Author Jon Larsen shows readers how and where to look for micrometeorites, explains the history of micrometeoritics, and offers chapters about micrometeorite formation, classification, and analysis.

5. Deep Learning for the Life Sciences: Applying Deep Learning to Genomics, Microscopy, Drug Discovery, and More

Author: by Bharath Ramsundar
O'Reilly Media

238 pages

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Deep learning has already achieved remarkable results in many fields. Now it’s making waves throughout the sciences broadly and the life sciences in particular. This practical book teaches developers and scientists how to use deep learning for genomics, chemistry, biophysics, microscopy, medical analysis, and other fields.

Ideal for practicing developers and scientists ready to apply their skills to scientific applications such as biology, genetics, and drug discovery, this book introduces several deep network primitives. You’ll follow a case study on the problem of designing new therapeutics that ties together physics, chemistry, biology, and medicinean example that represents one of science’s greatest challenges.

Learn the basics of performing machine learning on molecular dataUnderstand why deep learning is a powerful tool for genetics and genomicsApply deep learning to understand biophysical systemsGet a brief introduction to machine learning with DeepChemUse deep learning to analyze microscopic imagesAnalyze medical scans using deep learning techniquesLearn about variational autoencoders and generative adversarial networksInterpret what your model is doing and how it’s working

6. Graph Paper Notebook: Grid Composition Notebook for Math and Science Students Blank Quad Ruled (4 squares per inch), 8.5’’ x 11’’, 120 pages

Author: by CompositionUniverse Press
120 pages

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Graph Paper Notebook for School and College students. Perfect for math, science, engineering,architects, artists etc. Perfect matte cover with High Quality cover illustration suited for drawing, writing notes, journaling, doodling, list-making, creative writing, school notes, and capturing ideas. Makes a wonderful gift.This big 8.5 in.X 11 in.

Notebook has plenty of space to draw, write, journal, take notes and more creativity! It can be used as a notebook, journal, diary, or composition book. Perfect for all ages – kids and adults! About this graph notebook:High quality white paper,lightly lined pages, Quad ruled 4×4 (4 squares per inch)Soft Matte Cover – Designer Artwork.

Math and Science designPerfect size for school: 8.5″x 11″.

7. On the Trail of Stardust: The Guide to Finding Micrometeorites: Tools, Techniques, and Identification

Author: by Jon Larsen
Voyageur Press

144 pages

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On the Trail of Stardust puts the heavens in your handsin the form of cosmic dust, or micrometeorites. With this handy guide from the author of the international bestseller In Search of Stardust, Jon Larsen, you will learn how to find micrometeorites in your own neighborhood!

Stardustalso known as micrometeoritesis the oldest matter anywhere. Nothing has traveled farther to reach Earth. For a century, scientists have searched everywhere for stardust, but only found it in remote areas like Antarctica and, more recently, outer space. Author and citizen scientist extraordinaire Jon Larsen was the first to find them in populated areas.

With this book, you too can discover stardust as near as your own rooftop! Following his successful debut, In Search of Stardust, Larsen turns his attention from explaining the formation and various kinds of stardust to revealing his methods and techniques for finding micrometeorites in a compact, durable guide.

Larsen covers everything from the origins and formation of micrometeorites to assembling the simple array of gear needed to get out there and find stardust in your own neighborhood, rooftop, or rain gutters. Larsen explains the best places to look and offers step-by-step photo sequences of the techniques he has developed to assemble his collection of 1,500-plus verified micrometeorites (and counting).

8. Reconstructing Sustainability Science: Knowledge and action for a sustainable future (The Earthscan Science in Society Series)

Author: by Thaddeus R. Miller
130 pages

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The growing urgency, complexity and “wickedness” of sustainability problemsfrom climate change and biodiversity loss to ecosystem degradation and persistent poverty and inequalitypresent fundamental challenges to scientific knowledge production and its use. While there is little doubt that science has a crucial role to play in our ability to pursue sustainability goals, critical questions remain as to how to most effectively organize research and connect it to actions that advance social and natural wellbeing.

Drawing on interviews with leading sustainability scientists, this book examines how researchers in the emerging, interdisciplinary field of sustainability science are attempting to define sustainability, establish research agendas, and link the knowledge they produce to societal action. Pairing these insights with case studies of innovative sustainability research centres, the book reformulates the sustainability science research agenda and its relationship to decision-making and social action.

9. Rife's World of Electromedicine: The Story, the Corruption and the Promise

Author: by Barry Lynes
102 pages

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In 1987, Barry Lynes wrote the classic book on Rife history called The Cancer Cure That Worked. Rife’s World of Electromedicine is the sequel, published in 2009. What is the difference between the two books? The Cancer Cure That Worked was primarily a biographical account of Royal Raymond Rife’s life and work, including detailed, dated records of the events which occurred, and in-depth accounts from the people involved.

Rife’s World of Electromedicine, on the other hand, is a bird’s eye view, short summary of the same time period and events. Instead of a detailed biography, Rife’s World is an expository piece that includes brief, targeted chapters addressing each aspect of Rife’s era, utilizing piercing, specific, and direct quotes and excerpts from historical documents including magazine and newspaper articles, court transcripts, Rife’s own statements, and the eye-witness accounts of those who were present during Rife’s lifelong achievements.

Written as a short story, Rife’s World is affordably priced so that everyone can read about Royal Raymond Rife. The book is a perfect gift for someone who wants to find out more about Rife but doesn’t have time to read a longer book.

10. Fluids and Electrolytes: A Thorough Guide covering Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Balance of the Human Body

Author: by M. Mastenbjörk M.D.
May 23, 2018

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Fluids and ElectrolytesLet’s be very clear about this, the best way to start studying a new topic is to learn the basic fundamentals first before diving into the details. That way, you will not feel overwhelmed because you will understand the bigger picture first.

This book serves two purposes; It’s a great introduction for those that want a simple overview, and it’s also great for students looking for a quick recap that covers the most important information. How do you best prepare for an exam?

If you don’t have the time, you recap the fundamentals. This book is a must-have for all nursing and medical students looking to broaden or refreshen their skills of understanding human pathophysiology. It is perfect for anyone that wishes to work in the medical field, and it is a great complementary tool to have when preparing for the NCLEX!

Many students are ordering this book together with other nursing books such as medical surgical nursing. To test your knowledge, we have included multiple-choice questions after each chapter. The answers to these questions can be found at the very end.

11. Life under the lens: A Scientific Colouring Book

Author: by Jennifer Delaney
106 pages

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This unique colouring book explores the beauty of Life Under The Lens. This book is both a field guide to the microscopic world and a therapeutic colouring book which aims to illuminate some of the findings of modern science and technology.

It consists of 50 intricate pen and ink illustrations accompanied by written descriptions of the each organism. Colouring artists and students are invited to colour the filamentous strands of photosynthetic cyanobacteria, overlapping plates of marine coccolithophores and shade the armoured exoskeleton of crustacean larvae.

The illustrations are stylised and highly decorated for the colourist while visually communicating the structure and biological functions of the organisms. It takes the colourist to the unobservable, a world beyond the limits of our own vision.

12. Biology Through A Microscope

Author: by Chris Hallski
96 pages

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Providing an overview of God’s world through a microscope, this book gives a brief history of microscopes before diving into seeing the world through one. Starting with their simple origins in the 13th century as magnifying glasses and exploring some of the many modern varieties of imaging, we explore how they are used and some of what may be seen through one now.

Filled with full-color microscopic images of varied animals, insects, plants and fungi, and microorganisms, as well as detailed information for using the modern microscope in the classroom. Discusses examples of stained and unstained slide samples, brightfield, darkfield, and phase contrast microscopy.

Includes practical tips about the use of the microscope and labels many of the slide images for easier identification of microscopic structures. Though this is an independent text that can be used with any biology study, it also serves as a companion book in the Master’s Class Biology: The Study of Life From a Christian Worldview high school course available from Master Books.

13. The Topography of Tears

Author: by Rose-Lynn Fisher
128 pages

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When you first view Rose-Lynn Fisher’s photographs, you might think you’re looking down at the world from an airplane, at dunes, skyscrapers or shorelines. In fact, you’re looking at her tears…. [There’s] poetry in the idea that our emotional terrain bears visual resemblance to the physical world; that our tears can look like the vistas we see out an airplane window.

Fisher’s images are the only remaining trace of these places, which exist during a moment of intense feelingand then vanish. NPR[A] delicate, intimate book…. In The Topography of Tears photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher shows us a place where language strains to express grief, longing, pride, frustration, joy, the confrontation with something beautiful, the confrontation with an onion.

Boston GlobeDoes a tear shed while chopping onions look different from a tear of happiness? In this powerful collection of images, an award-winning photographer trains her optical microscope and camera on her own tears and those of men, women, and children, released in moments of grief, pain, gratitude, and joy, and captured upon glass slides.

14. Crime Lab: A Guide for Nonscientists (2nd Ed.)

Author: by John Neil Houde
March 1, 2016

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Follow the evidence! Author and forensic scientist, John Houde, takes you on the cook’s tour of a modern crime laboratory, explaining each test and procedure along the way. DNA, blood spatter, firearms, drug analysis, microscopy and more are explained in easy to understand terms and illustrated with real-life examples.

This edition replaces the popular first edition, published in 1999, and includes 70 new illustrations and photographs. The second edition boosts the level of scientific discussion to that of a high school or first-year college student with a year of biology or chemistry.

In addition, it has been re-edited for clarity and updated to reflect current methods of analysis. The 2nd edition also includes three appendices containing materials suitable for an introductory course in forensic science. Discussion questions, practical examples and even a short laboratory exercise are included.

In 2000, the first edition of CRIME LAB won both the Benjamin Franklin Award (Publisher’s Marketing Association) and the Independent Publisher Award. It was also a New York Public Library “Books for the Teen Age” selection.”This freshly illustrated edition is a bit less elementary in its approach and should be of great interest to agencies who use the crime lab as well as students who are exploring forensic science as a career,” says author John Houde.