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Gift Ideas for Science Nerds
These germy friends are safe to cuddle with. This set includes all their favourite biohazards: Ebola, Toxic Mold, Anthrax, Bird Flu, and Brain-Eating Amoeba.
Brain Specimen Coasters
Each of these 10 glass coasters features a different brain slice. If you stack them all up you can even see an entire brain specimen!
The Thing About Science… Mug
This is for those friends who are sick of people arguing against science with belief. Guess what, science is real if you believe in it or not. Remind them with a mug.
Plasma balls have been around a long time and are a classic science toy. This one, though, is USB or battery powered so it’s great for offices.
Periodic Table Pen
For those times when they’re writing out some important chemistry and just need to quickly reference the periodic table. This handy pen has one that pulls out of the side!
This necklace is pure happiness. No really, it’s the molecule for serotonin which tells your brain to feel pleasure.
Lab Beaker Mug
This mug is made to resemble a laboratory beaker. Just warn them not to mix their coffee up with something else…
Epidemic Cutting Board
Ew it’s covered in germs. Hopefully the Ebola, Salmonella, Swine Flu, Bird Flu, Meningitis, and other microbes depicted on this don’t transmit to the food.
The smartest way to get clean.
This atom would be perfect on someone’s Christmas tree or dangling in their science lab (or office).
The underdog everyone who understands science roots for in the AC/DC war. Now they can ironically burn a candle inspired by the man who helped usher electricity into our lives.
Scientist At Work Pillow
This throw pillow warns others that the scientist is working. Perfect for anyone with a bed.
Double Helix Keychain
If they’re a fan of DNA this double helix keychain is the perfect gift.
I May Look Lazy T-shirt
This t-shirt makes an excellent scientific point. Did you know the molecules inside the human body are always moving? Yes, even when they’re not.
Microscopic Animals Travel Mug
You don’t need a magnifying glass to see the tiny animals on this mug. They’re so cute!
The Story of Science
This book covers a huge amount of scientific history. What’s great about this book is it’s written by actual scientists!
The Element of Surprise Hoodie
Maybe Ah isn’t a real element, but that’s OK. It still makes for a great pun.
Vintage Science Artwork
These posters are vintage-style and include the main scientific disciplines: physiology, physics, biology, chemistry, and astronomy.
Molecule Building Kit
Adults like to play with toys too! This model kit will let them build their own molecules to display.
Not a Conspiracy T-Shirt
Science geeks are forever facing argument. This one clearly explains that, despite what some people think, science is not a liberal conspiracy. (That’s just what the liberals want us to think!)
Just kidding, I joke about science periodically. I would tell you more but the good ones argon.