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Give your children a head-start in Physics with this set of three colourful Physics Alphabet Posters. Show them your love of Science and get them interested at a very young age.
They’re child-safe, laminated, and arrive flat with free shipping!
Click below to get your hands on a complete set. All major credit cards are accepted.
Posters are now available in three sizes:
Furthermore, I’ve re-formatted Table of Esters and their Smells, Table of Organic Compounds and their Smells, Meet the Terpenes and my first ever graphic, Tea Types, so that all the text is legible from several metres away. No more small print. Great for longer-range or classroom use. Here’s an example:
The whole set looks fantastic on high-quality A3 paper; so much better than on screen. Placed on a desk or a wall, they’re ready to make an impact. In print, they bring life and relevance to Chemistry, which is exactly what I intended when I created them.
They also seem to provoke quite a discussion.
I’ve managed to keep the print prices ridiculously cheap. All three sizes are printed on thick-but-sturdy 250 gsm matte paper, and I’ll sign them if you want me to. Cheap international shipping is still available—most orders ship for just $6—and turnaround times are fast.
Order A3, A4 or A5 prints using this form.
In other news:
- DESIGN YOUR OWN SHIRTS: T-Shirt Store has a new customise-your-own T-Shirt app from CorelDRAW. From today onwards, you can put any design onto any product for men, women, children, babies, or dogs. Click “Shop by Product” or “Shop by Design” to start creating!
- A COFFEE MUG has just entered the T-Shirt Store. Check it out. It’s on the front page.
- INTERNATIONAL: Designs are now available in 7 different languages: English, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch and Simplified Chinese. If you want these products in more languages, just drop me an email. We’ll see what we can do
This post is a shameless list of newspapers and famous blogs that published articles about the All-Natural Banana, which has now exceeded 2 million views on the internet.
It’s also spawned a successful clothing line and a poster print business. In other words, for what started as a simple teaching aid, “Ingredients” is getting pretty big.
Here’s the list:
I’m now sending multiple print shipments every day, most of them international.
It now exists in 7 languages. More on that soon.
It has over 120,000 ‘likes’ on Facebook (but I don’t use Facebook)
And it’s been shared widely across social media like Twitter. In other words, it’s gone viral.
Exciting changes to the T-Shirt Store will be announced tomorrow. James
It’s Australia Day and beetroot burgers are in ‘season’.
Chemically, beetroots are remarkably simple.
The colour in beetroots comes from just two E-numbers (which are each groups of about 10 compounds); and the flavour comes almost entirely from geosimin. So simple.
Happy Australia Day!
Welcome Kiwi to the all-natural gang.
Merchandise is in the T-Shirt Store.
Also, some exciting changes are coming to the T-Shirt Store very soon.
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Welcome Passionfruit to the all-natural gang.
His merchandise is already in the T-Shirt Store.
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Inspiration for Meet the Terpenes came from the rhetological fallacies graphic over at Information is Beautiful, while motivation came from a 45°C heat wave this week that prevented any sensible Australians from going outside. So I stayed at home and did this.
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It took about three days to sketch, research and create.
Three days ago, I knew nothing about terpenes. My undergraduate phytochemistry class was really difficult. The teacher was a genius, and put huge amounts of effort into his tutorials, giving us thick booklets at each seminar filled with his hand-written notes and dozens of chemical structures. But for some reason, I just didn’t get it.
So this week, I decided to make the graphic I wish I’d had when I took the phytochemistry class many years ago. Having this poster on my wall would have answered all my questions and made the class much more enjoyable. I hope you find it useful, too.
As always, I welcome all feedback, corrections, suggestions and comments, etc.
Here are high-resolution PDFs of all three posters. Free to use. Feedback welcome.
Click each image to download the PDF poster.
About these posters: As a Chemistry teacher, I want to erode the fear that many people have of “chemicals”, and demonstrate that nature evolves compounds, mechanisms and structures far more complicated and unpredictable than anything we can produce in the lab.
I’ve received lots of feedback from the Household Chemistry chart. I’ve listened to this feedback and made a few additions and corrections to the chart. Here’s the revised edition as a PDF. Enjoy!
Household Remedies v3
This is the last of three posters in the “ingredients” series. I think I’ve made my point.
I’ve exhausted it, in fact. Enjoy.
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