Adapted from a 1901 publication by The Baden Aniline and Soda Factory, or BASF, now the largest chemical company in the world, showing the effects of their commercially produced aniline dyes on cotton, silk and wool.
Printed on acid free paper.
Measurements: 17 cm x 12 cm.
Comes with 120gsm recycled envelope.
A vast range of crystal forms from Frederich Mohs’ 1825 Treatise on Mineralogy, gorgeously arranged into a cloud of refracted colour. Mohs is of course mainly remembered for his Hardness Scale, used to this day. Also available in other styles and shapes. 100% cotton long-sleeved...
We are all made of. . . well, mostly not minerals. But this colourful Mineralogist is comprised of the rocks and crystals that they are studying. This 19th-century lithograph by GE Madeley, after G Spratt, is from the Wellcome Collection. Printed on acid free paper.Measurements:...
In this time-travelling adventure for young scientists, join Mary as she stumbles across a secret meeting of Nobel Prize wining scientists and travels through time to learn about some of the most fascinating scientific discoveries. The book features Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Guglielmo Marconi, Francis...
We wouldn’t normally want to label people, but this t-shirt features a pretty accurate summary of the ingredients of a human being. Wear your gold content with pride. And your magnesium, and molybdenum, manganese and mercury content too. Also available in other styles and shapes. 100%...