I now have blank wallspace and shelfspace in my office -- help me fill 'em with some scientific eye candy!
I work as an admin for a local university's biology department; however, I am mostly a layperson (other than absorbing science documentaries). I like being around scientists without having to actually be
I've recently changed office space, and now there is a lot of actual open wall around me, and a few empty shelves--blank space which begs to be filled with ... with what? In the past, when I've had more cubicle-type spaces, I've tacked posters like these [#wc24 & higher #'s especially]
onto the (spongyfoamy) walls -- they are interesting, relevant, a good distraction if needed, fun, and sometimes a conversation starter for those who drop by. I've also liked NGS-style maps.
And I've found this little 3-D optical illusion papercraft
a fun thing to have sitting on my shelf. (You can download one of those via .pdf here.)
Can you suggest other posters/prints/sculprtue/art of this sciency ilk? Bonus points if it's relevant to evolutionary biology, organismic biology, or neurobiology. Charty or arty, any suggestions are welcome -- thanks!