- Chemist’s Spice Rack
- Coffee Tumbler
- DNA Strand Earrings
- Bobblehead Albert Einstein
- Glow in The Dark Constellation Blanket
- Geology Humor Tee
- Periodic Table Colorful Scarf
- DNA Cookie Cutters
- Women of Science Tote Bag
- Beaker Wine Glass
- Cute Keychain
- Physics Lesson Shower Curtain
- Cell Biology Game
- Desk Planets
- LEGO Research Institute
- Not Your Average Science Book
- Physics Humor Tee
- Giant Microbe Gift Box
- Serotonin Molecule Leggings
- Levitating Desk Lamp
- Baby University Board Books
- Biodegradable Phone Case
- Anatomic Brain Coasters
- Serotonin Molecule Necklace
If you periodically need to buy something for the science enthusiast in your life, we’ve got our ion some great science gifts that are sure to get a reaction.
When a love of science and food collide, this one makes a brilliant gift. This spice rack “chemistry” set is made of wood with glass accessories that include nine test tubes for spices, three flasks for sugar, salt, and pepper, a flask for olive oil, and 36 stickers to label each piece.
The perfect science gift for a teacher or lab technician, this stainless steel Periodic Table coffee tumbler is a fun joke for chemistry nerds. It’ll hold 20 oz of their fave beverage and has double-wall vacuum insulation (and spill-resistant lid) to keep it at an optimal temperature all morning long.
Deoxyribonucleic acids never looked so cute! How about a DNA double helix in vibrant blue 3D for the coolest science geek in your clan? The earrings also come packaged in a cute navy gift box.
Who could say “nein” to this adorable Albert Einstein computer-sitter bobblehead? He’s officially licensed as a Royal Bobbles collectible and comes with a unique serial number hologram for authenticity. He’ll also arrive in a colorful, printed collector’s box.
Bring the wonders of the night sky to your space geek‘s bedroom with this unique microfiber blanket. It not only has a fantastic glow-in-the-dark constellation design, but it’s also incredibly snuggly and soft. An Amazon bestseller that makes a cool gift for men, women, and kids of all ages.
Let their witty geo side shine when they proudly wear this t-shirt featuring the classification scheme for igneous rocks. This one’s a memorable and funny science gift for the rock fan or geologist.
Help them to rock a little chemistry pizazz and instantly dress up any outfit. This Periodic Table of Elements infinity scarf is sure to be a talking point and makes a subtle, unique gift for science teachers or science nerds.
Doesn’t everyone want to cut their own DNA sequence? Well, with these DNA and chromosome cookie cutters, they can. These make great gift ideas for everyone, from a science lover to a forensics friend. You could even use them for a nerdy gender reveal party.
This tote is made of heavy-duty canvas, is printed on both sides, and heralds the contributions of some of science’s finest –– from Marie Curie (radioactivity) to Chien-Shiung Wu (nuclear physics). A superb gift for the up-and-coming female scientist of the family.
For those who enjoy their Vitis Vinifera with scientific precision, this glassware is not just kitschy but individually handcrafted to also be fine drinking ware. A unique party piece for classy science enthusiasts.
Understated, sweet, and lightweight, this keychain is sure to make any science lover happy. Science gift ideas don’t need to be complicated or expensive.
Get smarter in the shower with one swift purchase– a decorative shower curtain crammed with physics equations. Made from high-quality 100% Turkish polyester, it’s both waterproof and machine washable, and it won’t fade.
Fun for the whole family! …or not. Either way, science lovers will go crazy for this biology board game that lets them build enzymes, hormones, and receptors and play with proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and DNA. It also complies with STEM standards and is recommended for adults and kids from 10 years up.
A gorgeous gift for the astronomer or “outer space” fan, this subtle rendering of the planets of our solar system (sans Pluto) makes an artsy and original desk display. The planets are handcrafted from gemstones and seated on a walnut base.
This DIY Lego Research Institute was created by a real-life geoscientist and depicts three professions within the world of natural science–– a paleontologist, an astronomer, and a chemist. It also comes with a booklet about the creator and the professions.
Science…for Her! is a faux science book written in the vein of women’s magazines–– because that’s how women do science, right? Comedy writer (and Twitter sensation) Megan Amram delivers a hilarious attack on the absurdities of being female that only women (especially women in science) would understand.
Gift this t-shirt to a friend who loves physics–– and perhaps a good dad joke. Perfect for a teacher who wants to impress their students or anyone who needs to express their witty love of science.
History is marked by epidemics and plagues, and it’s the stuff that a biologist’s dreams are made of. So why not gift them this cute Plagues From History science toy set. Introducing smallpox, black death, cholera, typhoid fever, and everyone’s favorite headliner, Spanish flu.
Get the happiness flowing with a pair of high-quality serotonin molecule-printed yoga leggings. Each pair is hand-cut and sewn, and you can choose from bright yellow or classy black. Even better, there’s a pocket in the waistband, and USD $1 from each product goes to science education.
All science nerds love to impress others with the magic of science, and this levitating lamp gadget is sure to do just that. By using the wonders of electromagnetic forces, the LED lightbulb floats freely in the air without any support or contact, while the bulb itself is powered via induction. No wires or batteries are required.
What do you gift a science nut who’s just made a new human? Baby science lessons! These bestselling books feature simple introductions to scientific principles. The set includes Quantum Physics for Babies, Rocket Science for Babies, General Relativity for Babies, and Newtonian Physics for Babies. Y’know, just the really basic stuff.
Marie Curie conducted pioneering research on radioactivity and was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Oh, and then she won it again. So she’s basically a science goddess. The phone case is 100% biodegradable and made from soil, onions, carrots, pepper, sawdust, rice, soybeans, and wheat. For iPhone sizes XS through 11.
For the sweet neuroscientist in your life, how about this set of glass brain coasters that celebrate cerebral matter? And, when the set of 10 is stacked together, it appears as a complete 3D brain!
A chemical structure turned a piece of delicate jewelry. Serotonin is a contributor to feelings of well-being and happiness. Give them a gift of science and happiness. This is perfect for the women in science in your life.
This 70 x 400 mm refractor telescope is great for observing celestial bodies. It features all-glass optical components that provide clear, crisp views of the world beyond our own. This telescope is quick and easy to set up even for the novice and will encourage kids and adults alike to love learning about space.