Who Invented the First Digital Microscope?

Answer The digital microscope represents a Japanese invention from 1986 that has changed the way elements can be observed through a microscope. The concept expands beyond just magnifying the picture of a... Read More »

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Who invented the stereo microscope?

The first stereo microscope was designed by American Horatio Greenough in the 1890s. The Carl Zeiss company, a German manufacturer of microscopes and other mechanical instruments, used this design ... Read More »

Who invented the compound microscope?

Around 1590, two Dutch spectacle makers, Zaccharias Janssen and his father Hans, started experimenting with different lenses. They put several lenses in a tube and discovered that the object at th... Read More »

Who invented the electric microscope?

Philo Taylor Farnsworth invented the first simple electronic microscope. When he died in 1971, Farnsworth held over 300 U.S. and foreign patents. He also invented the first all-electronic televisio... Read More »

What microscope was invented in 1991?

The microscope invented in 1991 was the Kelvin probe force microscope (KPFM). This microscope is also known as the surface potential microscope. KPFM is a version of the atomic force microscope.The... Read More »