Microcosm (magazine)

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Microcosm. Journal of Microscopy

description Scientific journal
Area of ​​Expertise microscopy
language German
publishing company Elsevier
First edition 1907
attitude 2014
Frequency of publication every 2 months
editor Klaus Hausmann
ZDB 3511-7

Mikrokosmos was a magazine published from 1907 by the German Micrological Society and its founder Raoul Heinrich Francé with a focus on microscopy . Originally published in what was then Franckh'schen Verlagshandlung , Stuttgart, it was last published by Elsevier Verlag and was discontinued at the end of 2014. Mikrokosmos reported on all aspects of applied microscopy in education, work and hobby. The journal was not peer-reviewed .



Working groups

Mikrokosmos was most recently the official communication organ of the following working groups, associations and societies:

  • Working group microscopy in the Freundeskreis Botanischer Garten Köln
  • Microscopy working group in the Natural Science Association in Bremen
  • Working group microscopy Rhein-Main-Neckar
  • Berlin Microscopic Society
  • Microscopy Group Lake Constance
  • Microscopic Friends of Göppingen in the Naturkundeverein Göppingen eV
  • Microbiological Association Munich eV
  • Microscopic Working Group Ruhr Area
  • Microscopic Society Vienna
  • Microscopic working group of the Natural Science Association Hagen eV
  • Microscopic Working Group Hanover
  • Microscopic Working Group Mainfranken
  • Microscopic Working Group Stuttgart
  • Microscopic Society Zurich
  • Tübingen Microscopic Society


  • Mikrokosmos , Elsevier GmbH, Munich, ISSN  0026-3680
  • Mikrokosmos 97, 100 years, special issue , Elsevier GmbH, Munich, 2008, ISSN  0026-3680

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