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  • Summary:

    • Shadows are caused by objects that block the path of light,
    • Some objects only block some light, letting you see them in a microscope,
    • Use your Foldscope Mini to explore shadows and microscopy and share what you discover on the Microcosmos!!
  • Summary:

    • Polarized light only vibrates in one direction,
    • Some materials are birefringent causing color patterns that can be seen with polarized light 
    • Use your Foldscope to record this phenomena and share it on the Microcosmos!!
  • It is March and all around me plants are starting to emerge from the ground after the cold winter season. It is also the month for St. Patrick’s Day and four leaf clovers! All of these things make me think of the color green and how we can learn more about it under aFoldscope. Let’s take a closer look at what makes something green!
  • Learn about opaque, translucent, and transparent materials and how these differences affect what we see under the Foldscope!
  • Summary:

    Foldscope Explores... convex lenses. This blog post describes how light interacts with convex lenses and guides you through some activities so that you can have fun playing with light and your Foldscope!