American Microscopical Society
The American Microscopical Society, founded in 1878, is an international society of biologists organized to encourage the use of microscopy. Its members are mostly scientists and educators who use various kinds of microscopes in their research and teaching--light and electron microscopes, fluorescence and confocal microscopes, and other tools for visualizing the small. The Society publishes reports of a broad range of research on invertebrates in its journal Invertebrate Biology, conducts annual research meetings, and organizes symposia on all aspects of invertebrate biology as well as workshops on techniques of microscopy. It also sponsors student fellowships for summer research and an annual competition in photomicrography.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|Invertebrate Biology||1995 - 2013|
|Transactions of the American Microscopical Society||1896 - 1994|
|Proceedings of the American Microscopical Society||1892 - 1895|
|Proceedings of the American Society of Microscopists||1878 - 1891|