Quekett Journal of Microscopy
The Quekett Journal of Microscopy is issued as Summer and Winter numbers in June and December respectively each year, and publishes peer-reviewed papers on the history of the light microscope and mounted slides, microscope technique and DIY apparatus, digital photomicrography and results of studies made using the light microscope on microscopic life and biological, geological and materials structures.
The Journal, in its previous guises as the Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club (1868–1966) and Microscopy (1966–1993), has been published in an unbroken run since 1868, making it one of the longest running microscope journals worldwide. As such, it provides a unique archive of papers and articles on all aspects of microscopy – all copies up to 2008 are available digitally with full indexing (see under Books & other publications) and allow easy searching.
In addition to being received by members, it is also taken by a number of scientific societies and libraries, and is available to non-members for £35 per annum in Europe and the UK, and £45 [or the current US $ equivalent] elsewhere in the world.
To place an order, please contact the Subscriptions Manager. The Club reserves the right to change these prices without prior notice – current prices are available from the Subscriptions Manager.
Navy-blue binders that take a complete volume up to and including Vol. 36 – £7.80 (plus postage)
Navy-blue binders that take all 8 issues of Vol. 37 or later – £7.80 (plus postage)
To purchase binders, please use the Club Shop.
Cumulative index and DVDs
Please see Books and other publications for details of the following items:
- Cumulative Index to the Quekett Journals of Microscopy 1868–1992
- Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club 1868–1992 on DVD
- Quekett Journal of Microscopy 1993–2008 on DVD
Contact the Editor
Before you prepare a paper, please read the Advice for contributors.
If you have an idea for a paper that you would like to have published in the Journal, then please contact the Editor using this form: