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Recent Blog Post

A new microscopic view of the marine world

Published 2016-08-02

Researchers at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography at the University of San Diego are changing the way marine scientists can use microscopes to study life in the ocean. The team of researchers have successfully developed an underwater microscope (the Benthic Underwater Microscope, or BUM) that can observe marine organisms in their natural habitat at the scale of nearly one micron resolution. At this scale, the BUM is capable of imaging single cells underwater. To do this, it is built as a two-part system including a computer with a diver interface connected to an imaging unit. The imaging... (more)