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Caption: Dr. Inoue and his "Shinya Scope". , Credit: Photo by Chris Inoue
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Dr. Inoue and his "Shinya Scope".  

The Cell's Mystery

From: Sara Robberson
Length: 07:33

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Dividing cells are what make up all life. The idea of cell division was first published in 1855, but for nearly a century scientists debated, “How?” There were theories but researchers struggled to prove what force caused it. It took a dedicated scientist and the microscope he invented to uncover the mystery. Sara Robberson brings us the story.

Dr Dividing cells are what make up all life. The idea of cell division was first published in 1855, but for nearly a century scientists debated, “How?” There were theories but researchers struggled to prove what force caused it. It took a dedicated scientist and the microscope he invented to uncover the mystery. Sara Robberson brings us the story.

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