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Summer boost for Science Museum licensing

Licensing deals from summer months include The Monster Factory and Root7.

The Science Museum has enjoyed a strong summer period, with its Summer of Space campaign attracting record numbers of visitors.

It’s also been a busy time for the licensing programme, with the museum teaming with The Monster Factory to create its first licensed range of stationery for children, which launched in John Lewis & Partners stores.

The new range – inspired by space – includes sticky notes, notepads, floating pens, erasers and keychains, toy rockets and space shuttle kits. In addition, the museum is also working with The Monster Factory on new products including a cardboard rocket playhouse.

On top of this, the Science Museum has partnered with Root7 for a range of its OneBottle drinks flasks. The double-walled stainless steel bottles feature images of the Carina Nebula, the surface of Jupiter and the Northern Lights.

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