The table is sortable by Year, Author, and Title.

Yearsort ascending Author Title
2022 Davis, I. M. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek: defining proportion in the microscopic realm during the 17th century
2022 Cocquyt, T. Positioning Van Leeuwenhoek's microscopes in 17th-century microscopic practice
2022 Anderson, D. ‘Your most humble servant’: the letters of Antony van Leeuwenhoek
2022 Robertson, L. A. The vanishing link between animalcules and disease before the 19th century
2022 Groenendijk, H. The 1716 Van Leeuwenhoek Medal
2022 Davis, I. M. "Round, red globules floating in a crystalline fluid" - Antoni van Leeuwenhoek's observations of red blood cells and hemocytes
2022 Delft, D. van Onzichtbaar leven
2021 Cocquyt, T. et al. Neutron tomography of Van Leeuwenhoek’s microscopes
2021 Flores, D. P. and T. C. Marzullo The construction of high-magnification homemade lenses for a simple microscope
2020 Davis, I. M. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and measuring the invisible
2019 Alexander, L. All in a Drop
2019 H. J. Zuidervaart De Middelburgse arts, chirurgijn en chemicus Antonius de Heyde/Heide (1646-1705) meer in context geplaatst
2019 Fransen, S. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, His Images and Draughtsmen
2019 Robertson, L. A. Was Antoni van Leeuwenhoek secretive?
2018 Cocquyt, T., M. Bolt, and M. Korey Hudde en zijn gesmolten microscooplensjes
2018 Leeuwenhoek, A. van Alle de Brieven. The Collected Letters. Volume 17
2018 Bolt, M., T. Cocquyt, and M. Korey Johannes Hudde and His Flameworked Microscope Lenses
2017 Tosteson, H. The Philosophical Transactions of Maria van Leeuwenhoek, Antoni’s Dochter (1668-1696)
2017 Fransen, S. Anglo-Dutch translations of medical and scientific texts
2017 Robertson, L. A. Lighting Van Leeuwenhoek's samples
2017 Anderson, D. Some comments on Jorink’s ‘Swammerdam, hoveling?’
2017 Becchi, A. Between Learned Science and Technical Knowledge
2017 Vlis, I. van der 't Weeshuys binnen Delft
2016 Steenks, G. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek’s 384th Birthday
2016 Bolt, M. Making microscope lenses in the 1600s
2016 Robertson, L. A. et al. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek: Master of the Minuscule
2016 Yong, E. The remarkable discovery of microbial life (video)
2016 Schwartz, G. Today in Delft 340 years ago
2016 Jorink, E. Swammerdam, hoveling?
2016 Anderson, D. The tensions between facts and fantasy
2016 Yong, E. I Contain Multitudes
2016 Cocquyt, T. De identificatie van een zilveren microscoopje van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2016 Zuidervaart, H. and D. Anderson Antony van Leeuwenhoek’s microscopes and other scientific instruments: new information from the Delft archives
2016 Corning Museum of Glass Lens Making in the 1600s (video)
2016 Egmond, W. van The riddle of the 'green streaks'
2015 Snyder, L. Eye of the Beholder
2015 Robertson, L. A. And then there were 12
2015 Verhoeven, G. De derde stad van Holland
2015 Ford, B. J. Deepening mystery of disappearing microscope
2015 Ford, B. J. Leeuwenhoek Microscopes: Mystery and Mischief
2015 Cultures of Knowledge Project Early Modern Letters Online
2015 Robertson, L. A. Van Leeuwenhoek microscopes - where are they now?
2015 Robertson, L. A. Historical microbiology, is it relevant in the 21st century?
2015 Lawson, I. Crafting the microworld: how Robert Hooke constructed knowledge about small things
2015 Morgunova, K. Drawing under the microscope
2015 Lane, N. The unseen world
2015 Falkowski, P. Leeuwenhoek's Lucky Break
2014 Lichtman, F. and S. Shattuck Animated Life: Seeing the Invisible (video)
2014 Smit, H. et al. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek: Groots in het Kleine
2014 Zuidervaart, H. and M. Rijks "Most rare workmen"