3D printed science and engineering inspired jewelry
3) Who are the founders:
4) When was your company founded:
5) Why did you feel inspired to create your company:
I wanted to use jewelry to engage people with science topics. I hoped that it would spark everyday conversations about science and engineering, give scientists a new way to show off their area of science, and get a new group of people engaged with STEM through fashion.
6) What do you love most about running your company:
I love seeing people wearing the things I make! It's so rewarding to see people excited to wear our 3D printed creations, especially kids.
7) If you could have one person from history or fiction wearing your jewelry and/or clothes, who would it be:
Any of the prominent women science communicators today, including Emily Calandrelli, Dianna Cowern, or Allie Ward. They are all doing amazing work.