This book from the New Scientist journeys to the extremes of science exploring a range of staggering and imagination stretching questions such as what is the nature of reality, does the universe ever end, and does time exist?
Paperback 336 pages.
Measurements: 19 x 13cm.
Celebrate women working and achieving in STEM with this brilliant pin. Part of our Badges of Honour range. Enamelled blue metal badge. Measures approx 3 cm long. Made in the UK.
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. FSC certified lined paper.192 lined pages. Measures 21 x 14cm plus...
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%...
A table of useful symbols which records the 18th-century period when alchemy was still transforming into modern chemistry; alongside familiar elements and measurements you will find phlogiston and Caput Mortuum. Engraved by Andrew Bell, co-founder of the Encyclopædia Britannica. Image made available by the Wellcome...