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Our Marie Neurath: Picturing Science exhibition is now online. Delighted to share the Otto and Marie Neurath Isotype Collection with you. Enjoy.
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Science for kids: slide shows and worksheets based on Marie Neurath’s books for children.
Enjoy while you’re at home.
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A selection of #MarieNeurath #science #books for #children from @UniRdgTypoColls are available to view at https://t.co/SQvx95Ntho including the ‘Wonder world of the seashore’ See more of Neurath’s work @illustrationHQ exhibition https://t.co/VtZOzZJNji @ahrcpress @DesignScienceUK https://t.co/iHJvaBAHOZ
Visit https://t.co/PI3WN0mc2Q to read Marie Neurath’s fantastic 1954 book “Machines which seem to think”. Visit @illustrationHQ to find out more about #MarieNeurath and her science books for #children @ahrcpress @UniRdgTypoColls @DesignScienceUK #Science #design #1950s https://t.co/jQDpYtgRCG