A Slice of Life is a company that makes scarves and ties with bioscience prints on them, and two are likely to be particularly attractive to neuroscientists.
Pictured on the left is a satin scarf (named ‘Contacts‘) that is decorated with neuron endings especially rich in synaptic vesicles.
Also available is a bow tie that depicts synaptic vesicles massing on the edges of the synaptic gap.
While neuroscientists might immediately pick up on the significance, your non-neuroscience friends will probably think they’re just stylish additions to your wardrobe.
Link to A Slice of Life.
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