Bright colors and playful patterns make the Aurelia Collection a bold choice for bohemian styles.
Medium-pile rugs provide a happy medium between durability and comfort. With occasional cleaning, they're best in medium-traffic spaces like living rooms and bedrooms. This rug is kid and pet-friendly.
Made with high quality polypropylene that is as durable as it is soft. Our rugs stand up to abuse even in high-traffic areas. This rug does not have a non-slip backing. Rug pad not included but highly recommended.
Size:9' x 12'
Bring home bright, boho style! Bold colors, playful botanical and tribal patterns, and a distressed look come together to give the Aurelia Collection its unique vintage charm. Make a statement with sunny orange or soothe the atmosphere with powder pinks. Perfect when paired with bohemian or shabby chic styles, this collection is equally prepared to complement your modern or traditional decor. The medium-height, 1/2" polypropylene pile is soft underfoot and easy to clean, best for medium to low traffic areas such as bedrooms and living rooms.
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The BSCB was founded 1965 in order to promote the advancement of research in all branches of cell biology and to encourage the interchange of information. The Society organises a large annual conference each Spring and supports a number of other meetings across the UK relevant to cell biology. It helps promote the career development of young cell biologists and provides both travel funds for young researchers and summer research bursaries to undergraduates to work in BSCB member’s labs. The Society awards the Hooke Medal each year to a UK-based cell biologist who has made outstanding contributions to their field and since 2015 a medal to recognise outstanding female early career cell biologists. As of 2021, The Society now recognises up-and-coming young cell biologists with our new PhD and postdoc medals.
The BSCB runs annual competitions for cell biology imagery and science writing and also provides a range of highly popular informational resources for school pupils that are used across the globe. The BSCB plays an increasing role in raising awareness of science policy and funding issues in the UK.
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The Company of Biologists has migrated its leading journals to the hosting platform of Silverchair, improving user experience and maximising the discoverability of their content for the biological community. The Silverchair Platform now hosts The Company of Biologists’ five influential journals: Development, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Experimental Biology, Disease Models & Mechanisms, and […]