Cellular Image Bracelet: Molecular Watercolor


Micrographs, MRI scans and other biomedical images serve as windows through which experts and non-scientists alike can glimpse otherwise invisible biological worlds. The Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT annually recognizes extraordinary scientific visuals and displays them in their lobby galleries.

The MIT Museum Store has selected recent images to reproduce on a sophisticated cuff bracelet.  The vibrant colors, and detailed images faithfully reproduce the stunning originals.

Molecular Watercolor, captured by Rob Mathis, uses colors to identify cells that have descended from a common ancestor.

Clear plastic box with information card.

Approximately 2.625 in. diameter.  Resin.


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