What's the perfect gift for your favorite science geek? Do they need a levitating moon lamp? A galaxy blanket? Maybe a bracelet of the periodic table? And don't forget that fashionable nerds can never have too many science themed socks or t-shirts.
Read fascinating profiles of 50 pioneering women who transformed STEM — the fields of science, technology, engineering and math — and who fearlessly blazed a trail for generations to come. Written and illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky.
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Friendly-faced, colorful aliens will brighten up your feet, in comfy socks made of 80% cotton, 17% polyamide and 3% spandex. Socks fit men's shoe size 7 to 13, women's shoe size 9 to 12.
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Visit the interior of a human cell and direct the cellular action in this tabletop strategy game! Collect resources such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and DNA, and build enzymes, hormones, and receptors to score health points.
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Keep the names of all the elements close at hand with this elegant, adjustable aluminum wrist cuff displaying the periodic table. The table is printed with waterproof ink and the cuff measures 6.6 inches (16.7 cm) wide.
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Enjoy your coffee, tea or cola in a clear glass mug decorated with an illustration of a caffeine molecule. Holds 0.8 pints (400 ml) of hot or cold liquids (with or without caffeine).
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You might not be able to count all the numbers in pi — an irrational and never-ending mathematical constant — but you can wear its symbol printed on a blue background on this jaunty microfiber tie. It measures 58 inches (147 cm) long and is 3.25 inches (8.25 cm) wide.
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Celebrate science every day with this boxed calendar, packed with gorgeous images and daily facts about scientific discoveries and achievements — from deep inside Earth to our solar system and beyond.
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Ponder the mysteries of the universe while gazing down at this area rug, featuring an overweight feline pictured against the backdrop of a spiral galaxy. Available in two sizes.
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Adorable tardigrades (also known as water bears) are capable of surviving extreme conditions, such as boiling heat, freezing cold and the vacuum of space. They're also microscopic, but these plush tardigrades are big enough to keep your feet toasty warm.
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Vintage-style natural history illustrations of a collection of beetles decorate a shirt that will please any insect-lover or entomologist.
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What's the best way to take down a drone ... using sports equipment found in your backyard? Author Randall Munroe (creator of the popular nerdy webcomic XKCD) tackles everyday tasks in his new book, finding the most convoluted and impractical solutions that science can provide.
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How about a necklace that's out of this world? This pendant is a piece of an actual meteorite from Campo Del Cielo, Argentina; it weighs about 0.2 ounces (7 grams) and is packaged in a handcrafted wooden box.
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Wrap yourself in a colorful nebula — an interstellar cloud of dust and gas — with this cozy hooded blanket. Interior is plush-lined, and the blanket measures 80 inches (203 cm) wide and 60 inches (152 cm) tall.
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A 3D-printed moon model displays the textures and features of the lunar surface, based on high-resolution astronomical data. Magnets create a levitation effect, allowing the illuminated globe produces light while suspended above a wooden platform.
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Dress up your favorite computer geek with this microfiber tie, printed with a circuit-board pattern. The tie measures 58 inches (147 cm) long and 3.25 inches (8.25 cm) wide.
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A real vampire bat's body encased in a clear acrylic resin block provides a rare glimpse of the anatomy of these fascinating animals.
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Are cats a liquid or a solid? Their uncanny ability to pour their bodies into containers in a variety of shapes suggests that even though cats are technically solid, they exhibit some physical properties of a liquid. This entertaining book, written by Rebecca Donnelly and illustrated by Misa Saburi, explores a legitimate (and fascinating) scientific question about our feline friends.
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Embrace your inner science officer with a Star Trek uniform that's also a warm, comfortable, adult-size onesie (with bootie feet!) Zips down the front, made of 100% polar fleece.
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This dinosaur-decorated Christmas sweater is so ugly, you can't help but love it. Perfect for paleontologists or anyone who loves dinosaurs (and theropods like T. rex), the sweater is soft, cozy and 100% cotton.
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Your burgeoning astronaut, or astrophysicist, will love this 3-in-1 Lego creation: They can build a Space Shuttle with an opening payload bay, a robotic arm, a satellite with fold-out wings and a minifigure cockpit (set includes the minifigure astronaut). For more fun, your child can rebuild this kit into a Moon Station or a Space Rover with a drilling arm. (Suggested ages: 7 to 12)
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Even if you faint at the sight of blood, you can surely handle these fuzzy blood cells. And perhaps, you’ll grow to adore your plasma, platelets and all the glorious cells pulsing through your veins. This plushy set includes: a red blood cell, white blood cell, plasma, platelet and antibody.
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Your aspiring scientist or imaginative child can keep their hands and brain busy decorating a scene in outer space or the inside of a space station! Designed for ages 3 and up, this magnetic play-place includes 54 pieces crafted from recycled materials and printed with vegetable inks.
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Is it alive or is it dead, or both? Dead on one side, alive on the other, this adorable Schrodinger's cat pillow is sure to get a laugh from science geeks.
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