Whether they’re obsessed with space, crazy about chemistry, or can’t get enough of dinosaurs, it can be difficult to find gifts for science geeks.We’re here to help.
From kits that turn making cocktails into chemistry to genuine specimens of martian meteorite, we’ve found the best science-themed gifts out there.
Make all of your favourite cocktails while feeling like a chemist with this awesome cocktail chemistry set.
It contains a shaker, beaker and glass stir stick, and four test tube shot glasses.
The SciFund Challenge is bringing scientific research to the masses.
This crowdfunding site lets you donate to great science research projects like 'Alien Invaders: Armed and Dangerous' and 'Did you know butterflies have STDs?' Donate what you wish, but if you donate a certain amount, you may get a gift from the researchers.
Buy your science lover a gift they'll never forget -- a night at the museum.
No, not the movie.
You can spend the night exploring New York City's Museum of Natural History after hours. Just bring a flashlight and sleeping bag and prepare for a nocturnal adventures where you can enjoy an IMAX movie and witness a live animal presentation.
Price: $129 per person
This beaker mug from ScienceCompany, which is adorned with a diagram of the caffeine molecule, is the perfect way for a science nerd to start his or her morning. It even has beaker graduations on the back, so the drinker can calculate exactly how many millimeters of coffee he's chugged.
For the more adult beverage-inclined, check out this flask adorned with the ethanol molecule.
This simple but quirky gift would be perfect for the science-inclined cook in your life. Maybe they'll be thankful enough to bake you some delicious cookies in the shape of test tubes and flasks.
Ditch labels and show off your inner nerd with this great polo shirt from 604 Republic.
Instead of featuring a horse- or alligator-logo, the shirt features an image of a T-Rex chasing down two puny humans.
'Cooking For Geeks' is perfect for anyone who loves to experiment in the kitchen or wants to understand the science behind cooking food (like the secret to perfect carmelization). Real science included!
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