Unwind with a cold beverage in this glass pint glass featuring Rosalind Franklin. Franklin was a Jewish English chemist and x-ray crystallographer known for her pioneering work on the molecular structure of viruses, and her discovery of the DNA double helix. She was very passionate about her work, and even made a five-foot tall model of tobacco mosaic virus out of tennis balls and plastic bicycle handlebar grips. Cheers to ingenuity!
When it’s time to celebrate your favorite physicist, lab partner, or professor, who better to present?
Your biggest discoveries always lie ahead.
Details Individually packed in metal-capped tube. Hand wash only.