Fashionistas in Lab Coats | GenomeWeb

Hair that looks like it blew up in an experiment is so 1950s. Thick Coke-bottle glasses are just gauche. And a little lipstick wouldn't hurt. 

The blog Sartorial Science seeks to dispel the notion that all scientists are fashion tone-deaf outcasts by celebrating researchers who are as comfortable talking about Prada as prions and can wax poetic about osmotic pressure while nattily garbed in Ozwald Boateng.

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