How Do Microscopes Help Scientists?

Microscopes help scientists see tiny organisms and understand the fine details of cells, fibers, nuclei and other structures invisible to the naked eye, which in turn influences education and research, helping scientists disseminate critical information to others. Microscopes facilitate the study of many scientific branches, including biology and immunology. Scientists use specific types of microscopes, such as electron microscopes, for facilitating microscopic studies within their own disciplines.