New Light Microscope Peers Inside Brain of Living Mouse

In the 1670s, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek pioneered the use of light microscopes to magnify tiny living objects and, in the process, discovered an entire world invisible to the naked eye. His many observations included swiftly moving bacteria, protozoa with whipping tails, and red blood cells speeding through capillaries.

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