The leading international organisation for all amateur and professional light microscopists
Come and see our stand at the Antique Scientific Instrument Fair in London, Sunday 19th April 2015
Suggestions wanted for the Club’s 150th anniversary in 2015
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The Quekett Journal of Microscopy for amateurs and professionals
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Photographs used on this website – the subjects, the photographers and the techniques
Discover the amazing world under the microscope, learn how to get the best from your microscope, or how to take stunning photos. Join our amateur community to learn more.
The greatest diversity of life on our planet is microscopic, and much remains to be discovered. Make a real contribution to science by studying these organisms.
Learn more about the many forms of microscope and microscopic techniques, and develop your skills in digital photomicrography.
The home for collectors and researchers on the history of the microscope and antique slides – many leading experts are Quekett members.
Club members can sign in to access additional resources, including meeting reports, videos of lectures, and galleries of slides and photomicrographs.
• 2015 Meeting reports• New book: Understanding and using the light microscope• Nikon Small World• Safe Microscopic Techniques for Amateurs: Slide Mounting
Read about the benefits of becoming a member of the Quekett, including the Club’s Bulletin and Journal, and a varied programme of gossip meetings, lectures and excursions.
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