It’s the holiday season once again. Time to put your holiday lists together. If you know a science geek that deserves a great holiday gift, then read on to discover some cool gift ideas.
Geek Fuel offers gift boxes, and you can select from 3-month, 6-month, or 12-month gifts. Each box includes exclusive t-shirts, limited edition collectibles, and more featuring the best in pop culture and geeky stuff.
The science fan in your life may also like this cocktail maker that mimics a science lab. Put your chemist mind forward and make all of your favorite cocktails with this awesome cocktail chemistry set. It contains a shaker, beaker and glass stir stick, and four test tube shot glasses.
Want to spoil your science geek with awesome art made from unique DNA? DNA 11 is a company that turns your DNA into artwork. After you receive a DNA collection kit in the mail, swab the inside of your cheek, and mail it into the lab. The portrait, which depicts your genetic code, comes in the mail in under a month.
What do you buy the stylish geek? What about a pair of Albert Einstein cufflinks? Etsy sells cool cufflinks, such as sun cufflinks, Jupiter cufflinks, molecule cufflinks, and much more.
Coffee lovers? Check out this amazing beaker mug from ScienceCompany, which is adorned with a diagram of the caffeine molecule. It even has beaker graduations on the back, so the drinker can calculate exactly how many millimeters of coffee he’s chugged.
Is your science geek a candy lover? Wow them with these delicious Planet Lollipops. Try the different flavors of blackberry, cherry, candy, strawberry, mango, and others. They show the planets, such as the sun, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter etc. All lollipops are individually wrapped, and each has weight approximately 26g to 30g.
Science Geek — Help Scientific Research
Does your science geek care deeply about certain projects and scientific research? The SciFund Challenge brings scientific research to the people. 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.
If nothing sparks your interest there, you may find some great scientific causes at websites, such as Petridish.org or Sciencedonors.com.
These fascinating science-minded gifts will give the science geek in your life a great surprise during the holidays.