OK, I admit I’m having fun with this one. But just a little.
Working at a medical university, I’m surrounded by tools that are crucial to advancements in medical science. It’s hugely important stuff and very serious business, but that doesn’t mean it has to be somber or morbid.
The discoveries made by looking through a microscope — at things so small they can’t be seen otherwise — can have a huge impact on the human body. So, Mr. Bones, my apologies . . . you may be taller than the microscope, but not necessarily bigger.