Heartbeat of Zebra fish recorded under foldscope

Zebra fish (Danio rerio) has been emerged as one of the latest “models” for vertebrate embryological development studies. It offers advantages over traditional mammalian models as it has transparent body which is helpful in tracking down of drugs and can easily be monitored under foldscope. Heartbeat of the normal Zebra fish embryo (a week old)…

Outreach programme for Foldscope use at Mount Moriah High School, Ungma Village, Mokokchung Village, Mokokchung, Nagaland (INDIA)

An outreach programme for foldscope use was organised Mount Moriah High School, Ungma Village, Mokokchung Village, Mokokchung, Nagaland (INDIA).  Students participated in the programme along with the Headmaster and all eminent teachers of the school. Assembling of the foldscope, videos and photos taken was demonstrated and a series of slides were prepared with the help…

Planktons from Dikhu river, Nagaland , India seen under foldscope

Dikhu river is one of the most important river of Nagaland. We collected some samples of water from Longsa village area which lies at 26.21240 N and 94.54450 E to assess planktonic diversity of the river. As it is a torrential river, we hardly got any planktons from defined sample. We propagated the population of…

Outreach programme for Foldscope use at School of Nagaland, India

An outreach programme for foldscope use was organised at 4th NAP Higher Secondary School Alichen, Mokokchung, Nagaland, India. Secondary and Higher Secondary students participated in the programme along with the Principal and the Vice-Principal of the school. Assembling of the foldscope was demonstrated and a series of slides were prepared with the help of the…

Gemmule

Gemmule of a fresh water sponge is the asexual reproductive body. It develops only in unfavorable conditions and forms the supporting  skeleton in sponges.

T.S of Human Nerve

T.S of human nerve showing perineurium and endoneurium as seen under Foldscope #DBTFoldscope

Mosquito larva under Foldscope

Mosquitoes passed through four distinct stages during their lives: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The eggs hatch in water, becoming mosquito larvae called “wigglers.” A mosquito larva looks like a small hairy worm. Eye development in mosquito larva Trunk development in mosquito larva

Histology Microscope Slides

Human skin Human ovary Human liver Human liver Human liver Human kidney Human intestine Human intestine Human intestine illium Human brain cerebellum