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Microscopic Marvels - Paperback - Jennifer Delaney - 96Pg

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  • Microscopic Marvels
  • Pages: 96
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Jennifer Delaney
  • Illustrator: Jennifer Delaney
  • Publisher: Gill Books
  • Publication date: 11 Mar 2022
  • Size: 25 x 25.1 x 0.9 cm
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Microscopic Marvels - Paperback - Jennifer Delaney - 96pg

This distinctive colouring book explores the beauty of microscopic life, from vaccines and viruses to protozoa and algae. Go on a journey of scientific discovery as your colours illuminate a hidden world beyond the limits of our own vision.

Bring to life the nucleocapsid protein of the Covid-19 virus, the overlapping frill of the delphinium peregrinum seed and the shell-like carapace of a water-flea as you discover the startling and unexpected beauty of life under the lens.

Containing over 60 detailed illustrations from the natural world, including a coronavirus vaccine on the cover and inside, this book is a calming celebration of small science.

'Get colouring and let yourself be inspired by the marvels of the microscopic world as you make your way through this fascinating and important book.' Professor Luke O'Neill

  • About the Author
    Jennifer Delaney is a self-trained illustrator based in Derry, Northern Ireland. Jennifer uses both art and science as a means to investigate and make sense of the world in which we live. She delivers colouring workshops that engage the young and old, covering topics such as microscopy, botany and astronomy.

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