Would you like to share microscopic images of your biological or medical samples with all your students? … use a projector to grab their attention and point them toward tiny structures and interesting details? Now you can do all that, using the pointer function in ZEISS Labscope to enliven traditional teaching with exciting techniques for classroom experiments and demonstrations. http://www.zeiss.com/labscope
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