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In 1648 Antoni van Leeuwenhoek saw some very little organism through a sort of microscope, invented by himself. Later, in 1665 Robert Hooke described the cellular structure for the first time, thanks to a rudimental microscope.
From those moment the science has made important progress: we can travel in the space, call our relatives from every part of the world and see bacteria and virus.
In future scientists' room probably there are a LEGO ship, a LEGO car and/or a LEGO phone, but surely not a LEGO microscope!
My idea tries to mix science and LEGO in just one single object!
It consists of 309 bricks, mainly black and white, as a real microscope.