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2 Science Logos with Symbols for Letters and Students on the Symbols on One

2 Science Logos with Symbols for Letters and Students on the Symbols on One
Product Description
Two versions of a creative science logo are included.
In the first very creative logo, commissioned by Dr. Chuck Downing and designed by Alyssa Jacqueline Tethal, each letter has been replaced with a symbol representing one area of science.

The S is a snake (zoology). The first C is Carbon's space on the Periodic Table (chemistry). The I is a micropipetter (molecular biology). The first E is a spring (physics). The N is a series of pulleys (physics). The second C is five fossil bones (archeology). The final E is a microscope (biology).

In the second logo (an ENHANCED VERSION of first), commissioned by Dr. Chuck Downing and designed by Alyssa Jacqueline Tethal, each letter has been replaced with a symbol representing one area of science. In addition, "silhouettes of students engaging in science actions" are found on six of the letters.

The S is a snake (zoology-student with magnifying glass). The first C is Carbon's space on the Periodic Table (chemistry-student sitting on top). The I is a micropipetter (molecular biology-student climbing the symbol to push the dispensing button). The first E is a spring (physics-no figure). The N is a series of pulleys (physics-student running to move the belt through the pulley system). The second C is five fossil bones (archeology-student climbing oversized bone). The final E is a microscope (biology-student peering through ocular).

BOTH .jpeg files are 8" x 3.5" at 300dpi for quality printing.
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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