Searching for Christmas Presents?

  • Author: ChemistryViews.org
  • Published: 01 December 2020
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH GmbH
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It is that time of the year again: The holiday season has started. If you are still searching for the perfect present for chemists or science fans among your friends, family, or colleagues, we can help: ChemistryViews.org and Wiley/Wiley-VCH Editors recommend science-themed presents below.




Games & Toys

Magnetic Building Blocks

These building blocks can be used to illustrate scientific principles and are enjoyed by kids and parents alike.

Katja Glatz, Chemistry – A European Journal and ChemistrySelect

 

 

Coronavirus Plushie

This plush toy is a giant, fluffy version of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.

Vera Koester, ChemistryViews.org

 

 

Apparel

Periodic Table Leggings

These leggings make sure you always have all your favorite elements with you.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Great Beards of Science T-Shirt

This shirt features the facial hair styles of such greats as Alexander Graham Bell, Johannes Kepler, and Leonardo da Vinci.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Science Formula Dress

This dress has a science formula print and useful pockets.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Cooking & Dining

Beaker Wine Glass

This laboratory beaker with the stem of a wine glass could be useful after a long day in the lab.

Vera Koester, ChemistryViews.org

 

 

Chemistry Cookie Cutters

These cookie cutters in the shape of Erlenmeyer flasks, test tubes, and pipettes can be a present themselves or used to bake a chemistry-themed cookie gift.

Vera Koester, ChemistryViews.org

 

 

"Educated Guess" Cabernet Sauvignon

This wine's science-themed label makes it a great gift for chemists.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Schrödinger's Can

If science-themed wine is not the right gift, there also is this beer for science fans.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Home & Decor

Decorative Periodic Table

This handheld periodic table contains tiny samples of the actual elements (excluding some very rare and radioactive ones).

Charlotte Gers-Panther, European Journal of Organic Chemistry

 

 

Molecules Made of Wood

These molecular models in a modern design are handmade on the basis of structural data obtained from single-crystal X-ray analysis.

Vera Koester, ChemistryViews.org

 

 

Chemistry Terrarium Kit

This modified flask allows you to plant a mini garden.

Matteo Cavalleri, Publisher for materials science and physics journals

 

 

Electronics

Smart Display

This smart display can be used to set timers, convert units, and show upcoming meetings in the lab (hands-free) or to view recipes, favorite photos, and the weather forecast at home.

Catharina Goedecke, ChemistryViews.org



If you have already found the perfect gift, you can add your own suggestions in the comment section below.


 

 

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