Rosalind Franklin Pint Glass
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.
Made in the USA
Volume: 16 oz
I purchased this glass for my team leader, an epidemiologist . We collect data on covid from nursing homes. She decorates her office with virus and bacteria stuffies. She loves her glass and it helps her keep hydrated in academic style. I'm a nurse and I bought myself a heartbeat glass. I also bought myself a skeleton notebook. No boring work supplies for us!
I bought it for my wife, and she loves it. Good quality, nice graphics, timely delivery. It's all good.
I work in genetics and this was the PERFECT white elephant/dirty Santa gift! People fought over it and everyone wanted to know where it came from!
Bought as a gift. My friend absolutely loves it. Long live Rosalind.
Perfect for my nerdy friends who like to imbibe.
Seems like a high-quality glass. I can't wait to give this as a gift!
The details on the packaging are just as delightful as the glass itself!
Love! I am going to have to order another one. Great transaction. Great item.
I love this glass. It was the perfect gift for my mother who's a chemistry professor. Perfect Mother's Day gift all around!
I loved it! As a biotech major I was looking for a great gift for my biotechnology research professor and she LOVED it! The glass was made with great quality material and it came in cute packaging - a box covered with information on Rosalind Franklin and her story.