Hooded sweatshirt with long sleeves and kangaroo pocket. Sleeve opening to use as a cover. Garment dye and print/embroidery on the front.
It’s a commemorative print of the discovery of the double helix present in the structure of DNA.
This finding, despite being attributed to the German biochemist Johann Friedrich Miescher, had its foundation in the research of Rosalind Franklin.
This print in addition to trying to teach a scientific fact also tries to fight for the inclusion of women in the scientific world.COMPOSITION100% Organic Cotton. Made in Portugal.
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