- 10 mins
- Level 1: Introductory
Want to get a closer look at the cells which make up our world, but don't have access to a microscope? We've got an answer for you – your very own digital microscope.
Originally published: Tuesday, 1st April 2008
Last updated on: Wednesday, 13th May 2009
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