Many people remember in school when they used a microscope, or even a magnifying glass, to get a closer look at onion cells, leaves, bugs, and other typically biological samples. So when people hear Educational microscopes they naturally think of a school environment that uses microscopes for teaching. However, today you will find not only microscopes, but microscopes and digital cameras, being used in disciplines other than biology for instruction and training. Think Dental, Veterinary, Nursing, Medical, Materials Sciences, Metallurgy, Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, and Geology. Applications which use scopes for Education are not always found in your typical classroom either. These tools are also being used at museums, aquariums, and parks to bring some incredibly fascinating knowledge from the ‘micro world’ to the general public.