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Anatomology Makes Science Wearable


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I appreciate anyone who can turn science imagery into wearable pieces, especially when they’re subtle and beautiful. Anatomology is a science-themed Etsy shop sporting caffeine molecule earrings, atomic necklaces, and DNA scarves, among many other pieces.

Since I think that science imagery is especially powerful at popularizing science, I admire people who can turn it into wearable pieces. Let everyone see your love of science!

Visit the Etsy shop right now!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katie McKissick About the Author: Katie McKissick is a former high school biology teacher turned science writer and cartoonist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her first book is called What’s in Your Genes? and will be in bookstores December 2013. Her work can be found at www.beatricebiologist.com. Follow on Twitter @beatricebiology.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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