Crafty Science (狡猾的科學)

Warm and fuzzy science for all to enjoy!

Knitting in Biology 101” on Etsy was created by CraftyHedgehog, a part time history student and full time crafter. With all their little innards needle-felted by hand out of 100 percent wool, these are by far the cutest dissections I’ve seen!

Also on Etsy, voraciousbrain, a plant reproduction scientist, features “epic science stitchery with a side dish of snark” in her shop “Scientists unite!

After more sidetracking from studying the Head & Neck, I came across the most huggable yet anatomically accurate brain by Karen Norberg, a research instructor in psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis.

Norberg’s brain (the knitted one) and other neuro-art are featured at the online Museum of Scientifically Accurate Fabric Brain Art — seriously.

[via Scientific American]

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