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I’m absolutely loving my insulin necklace from #sciencejewelry1824 so beautiful! And the perfect gift for my 1st diaversary as this complex little molecule keeps me alive every day!
I’m so excited to finally own one of these beautiful pieces of jewellery!
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This post is slightly different than usual…
Besides jewelry, we’ve been designing the artwork for the awesome deckbuilding game PATHOGENESIS by @wibai
Currently we are running a Kickstarter campaign for the STD extension. If you like games, please go and check it out. You’ll love it!
Just browse to Kickstarter.com and search for PATHOGENESIS https://ift.tt/2J2yDBp https://ift.tt/2Owycp6
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No organ has been held so dear to our culture, language, and emotion throughout history as the heart. While the significance to life has been appreciated since antiquity, the heart has been accused of holding our thoughts, souls, and the very root of our passions.
Even the most logical of us wouldn’t be shocked to hear someone commenting that “they have heart”— signifying an individual has personality and moral attributes of strength and valor. We wear hearts on our sleeves, poke fun with friends by having a light heart, and communicate sorrow with a heavy heart. Alongside the modern understanding and medical advances of medicine, we all carry a symbolic weight when we think of the place our heart has in our lives.
As we master the heart as an organ with medical advancements we’re simultaneously proliferating its presence in modern social culture. While it’s one of our favorite emojis, using the symbolic image of the heart is no radical idea. From the hieroglyphs of Ancient Egypt to scripts and glyphs of Europe and Asia, we have used the iconographical heart to communicate. It’s no surprise that a tell tale double tap on your phone will let others know how you feel about an Instagram post.
Science or Social… show us your love and let us know what heart means to you. Like, comment, and share <3
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