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Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) was a student of science from the Netherlands nationality. His hobby wascreating microscope by using lens which rubs by himself. Leeuwenhoek has created more than 250 microscopes with single lens system and the maximum of magnification between 200 until 300 times. 256 more words

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Mud... Friend or Foe?

By: Tina Davidson

Book Review

Fuzzy Mud (2015) by Louis Sachar

When I was growing up, I don’t remember reading any good fiction on microscopic creatures. 469 more words

Water bears

It’s scientifically known that the only two types of creatures that can survive a total nuclear annihilation are cockroaches and everyone’s favourite zombie musician, Keith Richards. 397 more words

Eco101

Microbe Magic

This is an interactive website that anyone, even kids, can navigate through. There are four different tabs relating to microorganisms, they are: All about Microbes, Inside your Gut, Healthy Living, and Explore your Body.  69 more words

Fungus Among Us

This website provides information specifically on Fungus. I choose this website because I wanted to learn more about mold, which from what I have found out from this website is that there is no such thing as molds! 44 more words

Before there were Plants: Cyanobacteria and Photosynthesis

Life requires a great deal of energy to sustain itself. Every single living cell in our body is constantly screaming out for it. It’s the reason we must eat food – to not only to supply building blocks for new cells, but to satisfy our cells’ enormous energy demand. 784 more words

Microbiology