Editor's Note

Gift guide: December 2019

Allison Frick
December 01, 2019

We hope these gift recommendations help you check some of your favorite scientists off your holiday shopping list.

Beyond Curie cards
Beyond Curie cards
$79.00
www.beyondcurie.com
DNA model
DNA model – 12 layer kit
$49.00
www.edvotek.com
Microscopic art puzzles
Microscopic art puzzles
$32–$100
www.n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com
Periodic table pen
Periodic table pen
$7.99
www.etsy.com
Science lab cookie cutters
Science lab cookie cutters
$4.00
www.etsy.com
Proud Science pin
Proud Science pin
$9.40
www.etsy.com
Yoga leggings
Yoga leggings
$57.00
www.etsy.com
Chemistry of coffee mug
Coffee chemistry mug
$16.95
www.cognitive-surplus.com
Candy chemistry
Candy Chemistry
$41.95
www.scientificsonline.com
Lab socks
Laboratory crew socks (glow-in-the-dark)
$11.50
www.sockittome.com
Petri dish coasters
Petri dish coasters
$24.00
www.etsy.com
Allison Frick

Allison Frick manages multimedia and social media for the ASBMB.

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