Great Women of Science Graphic Tee
Celebrate these inspirational women of science, whose work helped push humanity forward. Wear this shirt to ward off failed experiments and unclear data sets – or pair it with a blazer and lecture brilliantly.
This shirt features:
Ada Lovelace – mathematician, programmer
Laura Bassi – physicist
Florence Nightingale – founder of modern nursing, statistician
Sophie Germain – mathematician, physicist
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson – physician
Alice Ball – chemist
Henrietta Swan Leavitt – astronomer
Maria Sibylla Merian – naturalist, scientific illustrator
Rosalind Franklin – chemist, X-ray crystallographer
Marie-Anne Paulze Lavoisier – chemist
Mary Anning – paleontologist
Marie Curie – physicist, chemist
Elizabeth Blackwell – physician
Jeanne Villepreux-Power – marine biologist
Mary Somerville – science writer, astronomer
Caroline Herschel – astronomer
|Sizing||Unisex sizes XS-XXL|
|Printing||Screen printed in Portland, OR|
|Ink||Printed with water-based inks|
|Material||52% Cotton, 48% Poly|
|Dye||Dyed with eco-friendly, low-water practices|
|Fabric||Fabric made in the USA|
|Assembly||Assembled in Nicaragua|
Fit is: small. If you're between sizes, order the larger size.
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