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Kevin manages the Microscopy and Histology Core Facility at the Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen. The facility offers a wide variety of imaging and microscopic techniques to researchers within the University and covers a diverse range of samples, including bone cells, yeast, plants and invertebrates.
Kevin has worked in the microscopy field for more than 33 years, starting out as a histology technician in the Department of Anatomy, where he developed a keen interest in electron microscopy. He has since worked in other departments within the University, including Plant Science and Zoology, and acquired a breadth of knowledge across the disciplines.
Kevin says: "I first became interested in photography while working in anatomy - this was in the pre-digital days, when processing and developing was done in the darkroom! Ever since, I have been on the lookout for unusual specimens to capture under the microscope. With the advent of digital imaging, it has become much easier to enhance the final image."
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