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Ken Bart's electron microscrope image of the surface of a tomato leaf.
Ken Bart's electron microscrope image of the surface of a tomato leaf.
PHOTO: HUFFINGTON POST

Electron Microscopy Images by Bart in Huffington Post

By Holly Foster
Posted September 21, 2012
Tags Biology Electron Microscopy Faculty Hamilton In the News

Two of Ken Bart's microscopy images appear in an article “Everyday Objects Up Close” in The Huffington Post (9/17/12). Bart is director of Hamilton’s Microscopy and Imaging Facility. The slide show features electron microscope images provided by scientific instruments company FEI

 

Bart’s images show the surface of a tomato leaf and a caterpillar.  Others images in the slide show feature spider skin, a fruit fly, an embedded tick and a dandelion in extreme close-up.

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