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Founded in 1938, THE MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (MSSC) is devoted to the study and practice of the science and art of microscopy and to the collection and study of related scientific devices.

ALSO CHECK OUT THESE FEATURED ARTICLES

Joseph Mastropaolo's article on the Morphological originality and statistical probability of Micrasterias cells and semicells compared to the originality of snowflakes

Prof. Brian Ford's Crticial Focus article series covering all manner of microscopy-related issues, available on his website and in The Microscope journal.

Stuart Warter's presentation on the history of the microscope,
"Origin and Development of the Light Microscope"

Membership includes individuals with an active interest and experience in optical and electron microscopy and associated science and technology, as well as, novices with varied interests. The club is not exclusive. In addition to local Southern California members, we also have corresponding members from around the globe. Regular meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month and workshops on the first Saturday of the month.

 

 


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