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Nick Viana is a Music Supervisor for Sony Music who grew up wanting to be an astronomer. Living in Brooklyn, NYC, and without a night sky, he began to appreciate the similarities between a telescope and a microscope, allowing the viewer to see a world beyond their own day-to-day reality.  He shares snaps of each 'innaverse' he creates on instagram at @ObscureWorlds....

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Dr Simon Park is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Surrey, where he teaches Microbiology and Molecular Biology. An internationally recognised molecular microbiologist, he has published two textbooks and over 60 research papers in refereed journals, books and other periodicals. For nearly 10 years now, he has also worked at the fertile intersection between art and science and here, his practice has...

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Long Teng is a visiting PhD student from School of Physics, Nanjing University, P. R. China. He received his Bachelor degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Southeast University in 2010. He spent a semester studying at ENSAM, Paris Tech, France to accomplish his bachelor degree dissertation related to X-ray diffraction in 2010. His research at Nanjing University was focused...

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Kevin studied the exposure rates in film in relation to deterioration over time at San Francisco State University (Department of Film/Photography). Kevin is a photographer by training and in 2012 he (together with a friend) embarked on an exciting cross-country bike tour from San Francisco, CA to Brooklyn, NY. Setting out with the simple desire to see their country from...

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Vance is an associate professor at Simon Fraser University, Department of Chemistry. His research group studies organic materials, self-assembly and photochromism. Vance is particularly interested in liquid crystals and the interplay between molecular structure and macroscopic properties.     Full Name: Vance Williams     Institution: Simon Fraser University      Department: Chemistry       Position: Associate Professor     ...

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I obtained my BSc in Chemistry at Fudan University, China in 2010. I completed my PhD in Chemistry at University of St Andrews in 2014 and continued here as a postdoc. I am currently working on metal nanoparticles and nanoalloys, as well as electron microscopy study of beam-sensitive materials. To be more specific I focus on the synthesis, characterization and formation...

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Jenna is working on a collaborative project with the U.S. National Institutes of Health as part of the NIH-Cambridge Graduate Partnership Program, and is jointly mentored by Dr. Constantine Stratakis of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Her project focuses on using hydrogels as scaffolds for creating an in vitro model for the cellular microenvironment. In particular,...

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Martyna Popis is a current PhD student at the University of Cambridge at the Centre of Stem Cell Research ( Laboratory of Epithelial Stem Cell Homeostasis and Cancer). Her research focuses on understanding and learning how to control skin stem cell regulation. This knowledge can bring us one step closer to treating genetic skin diseases and cancer. Moreover, Martyna is the Vice President of the Innovation...

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Jamie Walters did a BSC in Nanotechnology at the University of Leeds. Following this he did a PhD at Cambridge University in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, where he developed microcapsules, which acted as optical sensors. Following a post-doc creating point of care biosensors, Jamie is now based at ESPCI in Paris where he co-founded a spin-out company in collaboration with...

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Michael Peres joined the teaching faculty of the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Photographic Arts & Sciences in 1986. He is a professor of biomedical photography and teaches photomicrography, biomedical photography and other related applications of photography in science. He served as the chair of the biomedical photographic communications department from 1989 until June 2010 when he was appointed...

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Phone Cases

UPROSA cases are available for the following phone models:

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9500)
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (G900)
  • iPhone 4/4s
  • iPhone 5/5s
  • iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 Plus

Our cases are made from a one-piece, impact resistant and flexible hard plastic case with an extremely slim profile. We use the latest 3-D printing technology to provide with a full-wrap case (design printed on the sides) for you to show off your science flair.

MacBook Cases

UPROSA MacBook cases are available for the following MacBook models:

  • 11" MacBook Air
  • 13" MacBook Air
  • 12" MacBook
  • 13" MacBook Pro (non-retina)
  • 13" MacBook Pro Retina
  • 15" MacBook Pro Retina

Our MacBook cases consist of two pieces (top and bottom) made from ultra-slim transparent plastic to best protect your laptop. Using state-of-the-art printing technology, the top cover is printed with stunning scientific imagery - except for the centre part, which features a cut-out matching the Apple logo.

Slight variations of the design might occur due to the different MacBook models having slightly different shapes and sizes.

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