I was eating a chocolate chip cookie at the library. I took a crumb and placed it on a microscope slide. The image was taken April 27th 2:50 pm.
Microcosmos of a puddle in the Arizona Cactus Garden at Stanford University – thanks Foldscope for opening my eyes to a whole new world!
I saw onion cells and this is amazing
The stem of a flower in front of the Social Sciences building. I cut the stem in half and flattened it onto the clear sticky before placing it onto the plastic microscope slide. The image was taken on April 27th at 2:40pm.
What: Fake plant moss When: April 27th, 2022 Where: Apartment lobby How: picked up from ground
What: Boyfriend’s Skin When: April 27th, 2022 Where: ASU Tempe Campus How: Peeled of clear sticky from face
What: Aloe Plant When: April 27th, 2022 Where: ASU Tempe Campus How: Cut aloe plant and observed on glass slides
Namita Shah What: Fibers of my shirtWhen: April 27thWhere: In the Barrett loungeHow: Used sticky tape to collect fibers 2. What: Soil in the succulent plant When: April 27th Where: In the Barrett lounge How: Used sticky tape to collect soil 3. What: A plant leaf When: April 27th Where: Home Depot garden section How:…
By Caroline Van
1: What: A thin (1mm) slice of the superficial peel of a València Orange When: This afternoon, 27 April 2022 Where: My kitchen in AZ, Orange acquired from Sprouts Market How: Consuming the orange and carefully slicing off a section of the remnant peel with a sharp kitchen knife to place on the slide 2:…