In Pictures: Stitched Science @ Science Museum

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In Pictures: Stitched Science @ Science Museum
The friendly bacteria take on the nasties.
The friendly bacteria take on the nasties.
Skull and brain.
Skull and brain.
Patrick Moore!
Patrick Moore!
A giant knitted plug and socket.
A giant knitted plug and socket.
Bunsen burner and test tube.
Bunsen burner and test tube.
Computer and mouse.
Computer and mouse.
Mouse with grafted ear.
Mouse with grafted ear.
Bacteriophage.
Bacteriophage.
By Jupiter!
By Jupiter!
Galileo and telescope, staring up at Jupiter.
Galileo and telescope, staring up at Jupiter.
Ranvier the motor neuron and muscle cell.
Ranvier the motor neuron and muscle cell.
Solar system hangs over participants.
Solar system hangs over participants.
Molecular structure of paracetamol.
Molecular structure of paracetamol.
Cell biology, knitted and sewn.
Cell biology, knitted and sewn.

Over the weekend, hundreds, possibly thousands of people participated in a mass-knit at the Science Museum. The event, called Stitched Science, also showcased many hand-made objects with a scientific theme, from Bunsen burners to planets. Click through the gallery for the cutest bit of science since Pavlov's kitten-puzzling experiments.

The event was organised by Stitch London who hold regular knit-themed meetups and events.

Last Updated 27 June 2011