We know how a scientist and a student in microscopy-relevant field uses a microscope. How does a politician use a microscope?
Let us look at the pictures of politicians, mainly presidents or prime ministers, when they look at a microscope.
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American President Barack Obama (President in 2008-2016), PhD In Law, looks through a microscope during a tour of an oncology laboratory at the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, USA, Sept 30, 2009. Source: ObamaDiary.
American President, Barack Obama (US President in 2008-2016), looks through a microscope during his tour the Biotechnology program at Forsyth Tech Community College in Winston-Salem, N.C., Dec 6, 2010. Source: Obama Diary.
U.S. President Barack Obama looks into Intel’s Transmission Electron Microscope during a tour of the semiconductor manufacturing facility at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon February 18, 2011. Source: Obama Diary.
US President George W. Bush (R, 2000-08), graduated in M.B.A, during a tour of the US National Institute of Health (NIH), Aug 23, 2010.Source: Science Progress.
US President George W. Bush, Feb 03, 2006, Dallas, Texas. Source Link.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2015-20xx), MSc in Environmental Geography, looks at the cells under microscope during the tour at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in June 2016.Source Link.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Liberal Leader visits Lake Centre, Sudbury, ON, Aug 18, 2015 (serves as a prime minister since Nov 4, 2015).Source Link.
British Prime Minister David Cameron (during 2010-2016), graduated with bachelor of arts in in philosophy, politics and economics, looks through a microscope at half-developed embryonic stem cells as Dr. Sharona Even-Ram of the Hadassah Medical Center tells him and President Shimon Peres about how the cells can be used to treat Parkinson’s disease during a research exhibition at Beit HaNassi Wednesday evening. (Photo credit: Mark Neiman/GPO);Source Link.
French President Francois Hollande (during 2012-20xx), with bachelor in law, looks at cancer cells during the visit of the Onco Design company in the eastern French city of Dijon, March 11, 2013.Source Link.
Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel (PhD in Physical Chemistry), center, looks through a Zeiss AX10 microscope running SAP.Source Link.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (PhD in Physical Chemistry) examines stem cells trough a microscope during a visit to the Medical.Source Link.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel sees a historic microscope and optical glasses from SCHOTT. Source Link.
Isareli President Shimon Peres examines embryonic stem cells through a microscope during a presentation for him and British Prime Minister David Cameron from Dr. Sharona Even-Ram of the Hadassah medical Center about how stem cells can be used to treat Parkinson’s disease. (Photo credit: Mark Neiman/GPO), Source Link.
Indian leader, Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948),Source Link.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami peers into a microscope during the inauguration of the Khomeini sugarcane refinery.Source Link.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, Osaka University, July 13, 2002.Source Link.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visits a scientific enterprise, part of Arzamas Joint Stock Company in Arzamas in the Nizhny Novgorod region of Russia, Feb 1, 2011,Source Link.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong looks down a microscope during a visit to the Garvan,Source Link.