Cognitive Surplus

Scarf trumpet animals


€59,50

This beautiful scarf is printed with illustrations of the most popular trumpet animal: the stentor! This design will please any microbiologist who needs a new field accessory , or wants an original excuse to discuss regeneration in protozoa.

Fun fact: this scarf was designed with the help of Athena Lin, a student who researches the regenerative abilities of the stentor. “If I cut [the stentor] in half, they know which half is missing and they know to replace that half. This is crazy because it is one cell. How do they know what's missing? How do they repair themselves? We suspect that cell division processes are at play, because it resembles regeneration. I have found a few factors that may play a role, but the end of my thesis is not yet in sight!”

These organic cotton scarves have a soft touch and complete every outfit.

GOTS and fair trade certified.

Organic cotton
GOTS and Fair Trade certified
Wash at 30°C
Ethically and lovingly made in India

Cognitive Surplus is a small and sustainable American brand that bets on
a sustainable workplace, green materials and an inclusive team with
neurodivergent people and people with a physical disability. They are already in several times, both for their ecological and for their inclusive effect
the awards, including at the city of Portland and the state of Oregon.

Their suppliers are chosen with great care and selected because of
their ecological and social functioning. Many of their products are made in the
USA made, but they also work with suppliers in India (baby bodysuits)
and China (shoulder bags and notebooks), which either
be WRAP certified or be audited by CS itself and
can undeniably demonstrate that everything within their company is under
ethical and environmentally friendly conditions.

They are also of the principle that energy that you cannot save,
you can still compensate. For every order they send, do
them to CO2 compensation.

Check out the entire Cognitive Surplus collection.

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