The MicroGlobalScope program seeks to spark the imaginations of 10-12 year olds worldwide about the excitement of science and cultural collaboration. Founded in 2010 by Science House Foundation founder, James Jorasch, the program provides a complete microscopy kit (shown above) to qualified schools and science teachers. MicroGlobalScope operates in more than 20 countries. Participating teachers share student discoveries on a collaborative website. In this way, students learn that science is not only exciting, but collaborative.
Participating schools receive the following in their MicroGlobalScope kit:
- Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope
- Zarbeco MiScope<
- Canon Powershot camera
- 4G Memory Card
- Plastic Pipettes
- Glass slides
- Plastic Cover Slips
- Plastic Petri dishes
Teachers also receive a collection of microscopy books such as “Guide to Microlife” by Kenneth G. Rainis, and “The Usborne Complete Book of the Microscope: Internet Linked” by Kirsteen Rogers.
Learn more about the MicroGlobalScope program or apply for your school here.
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