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C&EN’s 2020 holiday gift guide

by Bethany Halford
November 15, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 44

 

Holiday gift ideas

Chemistry-themed goodies for the scientists in your life

Science mandala coasters Beverages rest harmoniously on these pretty patterned coasters. A pack of five costs $24.99 from Svaha.

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Credit: Svaha

Sodium Fine eye shadow palette Experiment with a new look using these 12 shimmering shades for $45 from Makeup Scientist.

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Credit: Makeup Scientist

Stainless-steel wine tumbler This laser-engraved cup is available in a range of colors and comes with a lid and a metal straw, for $13.99 each at the ChemicallySpeaking shop at Etsy.

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Credit: ChemicallySpeaking

Nuclear magnetic resonance pin Show your love of analytical instrumentation with this two-piece pin, for $15 from d-Orbital Games. The NMR tube detaches from the instrument, thanks to a tiny magnet (of course).

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Credit: d-Orbital Games

Chemistry key chain Keep the laboratory keys together with this adorable acrylic key chain, for $11.75 from Roocharms on Etsy.

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Credit: Roocharms

Science-themed face mask These masks, available in science-themed fabric, start at $14 from Maribel’s Masks. The masks can be customized with options like straw holes and silk linings, and the website has information on each design’s breathability.

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Credit: Maribel's Masks

Kevin Davies’s Editing Humanity This book details the science that won this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry. It’s available for $18.99 on Amazon.

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Credit: Pegasus Books

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Kelly Dobos (November 17, 2020 3:33 PM)
I really love the eye shadow palette, but as a cosmetic chemist I noticed that it is using pigments not approved for eye area use (Red 6). You might want to add a disclaimer to your information.

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