2022 holiday gift guide
The holidays are just around the corner, so it's time for ASBMB Today's annual gift guide! We hope these suggestions will help you check some of your favorite scientists off this year’s gift list.
This T-shirt from Geek-topia at Redbubble.com is an excellent gift for the science lover who appreciates the power of coffee and the powerhouse of the cell. Head over to Geek-topia for more great designs by Jess, a drug discovery scientist based in Sussex, U.K.
These magnets from GeniusLabGear.com feature lots of technical words and some that are just for fun. They’d make a great gift for anyone who might need a break from the bench to share jokes, prose and poetry about science.
These tumblers from the Calculated Chemist are great for the scientist in your life who’s always on the go and needing to hydrate!
Young scientists will learn to create a lip gloss and body scrub with the kit’s introductory-level science experiments from BlacktotheLab.com, which is committed to bridging “the gap of racial and gender inequity in STEM learning.”
Sold by Zirenart at Etsy.com, this cotton onesie speaks for itself — adorable!
Do you know someone who’s passionate about cell biology? If so, they’re sure to love this necklace from Caro Gray Creates at Etsy.com.
($39 & $70, respectively)
Know a microbiologist and/or a future microbiologist? They can celebrate their science in these 100% cotton dresses from princess-awesome.com — with deep pockets to hold petri dishes and pipettes.
(Starting at $42.99)
These pajamas from Like a Boss Love Life at Etsy.com are paws-itively awesome for the dog-lover scientists on your list.
One Creative Academic at Etsy.com offers this deck of playing cards featuring organic chemistry suits and highlighting renowned chemists.
Brighten your favorite scientist’s day with these clever cards and stickers from Microbe Doodles at etsy.com!
($60 – also sold individually for $10 each)
Designs on d-OrbitalGames.org’s collection of eight biochemistry lab badges include a multiwell plate and gel electrophoresis. They’re great for the biochemists on your list who love to showcase their research skills.
Turn an Erlenmeyer flask into a lovely terrarium for an air plant (Tillansdia) with this kit from Kim & Kimberly at Etsy.com.
($70 and up)
Do you have a special scientist who loves studying proteins on your list? If so, be sure to visit Made with Molecules on Etsy to shop Raven Hanna, the Molecular Muse's, custom name or word amino acid necklaces and earrings!
This periodic table-inspired name plate by Fussy Mussy Designs on Etsy makes an excellent gift for the science educators on your shopping list!
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