• # who made the microscope

Sometime about the year 1590, two Dutch spectacle makers, Zaccharias Janssen and his father Hans started experimenting with these lenses. They put several lenses in a tube and made a very important discovery. The object near the end of the tube appeared to be greatly enlarged, much larger than any simple magnifying glass could achieve by itself! They had just invented the compound microscope (which is a microscope that uses two or more lenses).
• # microscopes

the first microscope was made in 1632
• # microscopes

Robert Hooke studies various object with his microscope and publishes his results in Micrographia. Among his work were a description of cork and its ability to float in water.
• # miscroscopes

Joseph Jackson Lister -Reduces the problem with spherical aberration by showing that several weak lenses used together at certain distances gave good magnification without blurring the image.
• # microscopes

Ernst Abbe formulates a mathematical theory correlating resolution to the wavelength of light. Abbes formula make calculations of maximum resolution in microscopes possible.
• # old microscope

this microscope is made in the 1930s by Aurto.D
• # scanning tunneling microscopes

Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer invent the scanning tunneling microscope that gives three-dimensional images of objects down to the atomic level
• # how the first microscope was made

During the 1st century AD (year 100), glass had been invented and the Romans were looking through the glass and testing it. They experimented with different shapes of clear glass and one of their samples was thick in the middle and thin on the edges. They discovered that if you held one of these “lenses” over an object, the object would look larger. Someone also discovered that you can focus the rays of the sun with one of these special “glasses” and start a fire. These early lenses were ca
• # How powerful was the early simple microscope?

The early simple microscope is only a magnifying glass and its power is usually about 6X - 10X.
• # Who is Anthony Leeuwenhoek?

Antony van Leeuwenhoek was an unlikely scientist. A tradesman of Delft, Holland, he came from a family of tradesmen, had no fortune, received no higher education or university degrees, and knew no languages other than his native Dutch