ZEISS How-to: Draw Microscopic Images with ZEISS Labscope

June 2, 2017
Pestalozzi’s principle of ‘head’, ‘heart’ and ‘hands’ guides the drawing of biological or medical samples until today. It enhances your students' capacity for abstraction and imagination through a conceptual transfer of a microscopic image into a drawing. Now you can use wireless technology to engage your students in microscopy: ZEISS Labscope lets you follow their curriculum while introducing exciting microscopic techniques that will invigorate traditional drawing exercises. http://www.zeiss.com/labscope
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