Recommendations For Good Bioinformatics Memorabilia And 'Stuff' Like T-Shirts, Mugs, Etc
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12.2 years ago
Bioinfosm ▴ 620

I can do a google search and find some, but did people have some recommendations?

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those are all very useful resources.. i came across someone wearing a cool DNA tie, and prompted some searching

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I have also seen DNA jewelry, but I'm guessing as the only identifiable female here regularly it's not at the top of other people's lists...http://www.dnastuff.com/category/Archetypal-DNA-Jewelry/

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not sure how to pick the answer here, but seems Mary contributed most so will give her the vote!

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12.2 years ago

I don't know of much that is really specific to bioinformatics. But I like the xkcd store and I think it appeals to many bioinformaticians.

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Thanks! I like their "Step back, i'm trying science" t-shirt :)

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Mary 11k

You can design your own at CafePress, at least in the US. I made a coffee mug that I really like... http://screencast.com/t/9sj4yyKBOh2 But you can search there for various stuff people have made: http://shop.cafepress.com/bioinformatics

I can imagine some fun designs with cool data.

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12.2 years ago

I like zazzle, you can get Bioinformatics cartoons or DNA helix to be printed on T-Shirts, Mugs theirs or your own custom ones. I like printing a quote with a small fig or logo. Also, check this post to see some on the cartoons leaned towards Bioinformatics for inspirations.

Cheers

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12.2 years ago

ThinkGeek is another site that has some sciencey type stuff to buy. I have a small plush E.coli on my shelf here. My doctor friend has a bedroom full of plush VD.

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Oh, for certain organisms, you can't beat Giant Microbes. And I did not know they have now branched into "corporeals" too! http://www.giantmicrobes.com/us/main/giantmicrobes-originals/

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