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Holiday gift guide

ASBMB Today Staff
By ASBMB Today Staff
Dec. 4, 2020

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

 
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This T-shirt was designed by Allison Soung and Zhikai Liu,
neuroscience graduate students at Washington University
in St. Louis. Profits from the sale of the shirt will be donated
to Black in Neuro. To buy: www.bonfire.com
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Black Scientist personalized notebook from By Keeks with Love:
www.etsy.com
 
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Women in Science 100 postcards:
www.penguinrandomhouse.com
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DNA scientific illustrations T-shirt: shop.amnh.org
 
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Genotypes and A Perfect Model Organism stickers
from DaniEdmunds: www.redbubble.com

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“Goodnight Lab” children’s book: shop.sourcebooks.com
 

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Portrait in Cells silk charmeuse scarf from Artologica:
www.etsy.com
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Diversity in Science pin from Science on a Postcard:
www.etsy.com
 
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Women of Science tarot deck: www.mitpress.mit.edu
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