Brad Amos has spent most of his life thinking about and looking into tiny worlds. Now 71 years old, he works as a visiting professor at University of Strathclyde in Scotland where he leads a team of researchers designing an extremely large new microscope lens—about the length and width of a human arm. Today, microscopists like Amos are working around the world to innovate new technologies with widespread applications in medicine and human health. But these cutting-edge advancements all trace back to the very first microscopes built in the 16th and 17th centuries.
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The history of microscopes begins with an invention by a Dutch father and son team of spectacle makers. Thereafter, further improvements were made in the UK and Germany. In Japan during the Meiji period, microscopes were produced and sold as magnifying glasses.
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