The rotation of Earth really makes our day!
These astronomy-inspired cufflinks feature our awesome little planet. They contain real photos that are taken from space. Get ready to feel spacey wearing these.
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Celebrate your Svaha love!
This awesome tote bag is going to be your new favorite thing! Show off your Svaha love while you shop for groceries, head to the beach, or stock up on books from the library. This durable tote bag features the Svaha logo and our revered Svaha Space Monkey mascot!
Catch the pioneering spirit!
We created this design to celebrate some of the amazing women who broke down gender barriers in science fields. Though women have made huge contributions to science from the earliest times, during the nineteenth century, women were excluded from most formal science education and science fields became very male-dominated. We want to celebrate the amazing pioneers who gave huge enormous contributions to their respective science fields, in the process paving the way for the future generations of girls and women to pursue their passion for science
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You might not recognize theobromine, but chances are you’ve enjoyed it many times. A close relative of caffeine, it’s a natural chemical in cacao beans, a required part of the recipe for chocolate! A favorite but bitter drink since 1900 BC in Mesoamerica, it didn’t include sugar until the 1500s in Europe. Finally, in the 1850s it was used to create a solid confectionary, and the chocolate bar was born. Sweet!
Our love affair with sucrose goes back to the time of the primates, who sought out the (at the time) scarce fruits that provided them the energy that vegetables couldn’t, giving them a leg up. This advantageous affinity for those rare sweet things continued for millions of years and into modern times - but as agriculture and industrialization allowed us to produce larger and larger yields of sugar from cane and beets, we’re getting too much of a good thing!