20 Science-Inspired Jewelry Pieces For Every Science Geek

We have already seen rings made of meteorite and dinosaur bone and even guy which made a wedding ring from real meteorite at home. But if you spend your days looking through a microscope in the lab and your nights are dedicated to gazing through a telescope to stars and galaxies, then Luk Cox and Idoya Lahortiga have accessories for your hands and necks.

This Belgium-based researchers duo with Ph.D.’s in Biochemistry produces science-inspired jewelry using precious metals of the highest quality. Most of the pieces are 3D-printed on a printer which is capable to print metals, and the couple invests a share of the profit in educational resources for scientists, students, and teachers. “We are scientists for as long as we can remember and want to give science the attention it deserves,” they wrote.

#1. Atom Necklace


#2. Heartbeat Ring

#3. Caffeine Ring

#4. Dopamine Serotonin And Serotonin Rings

#5. Oxytocin Necklace

#6. DNA Rings Necklace

#7. Diamond Molecule Necklace

#8. The Nerve

#9. Viruses Necklace

#10. Bacteriophage Necklace

More info: Etsy.com

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