Holiday shopping crunch time is upon us, but no worries, there are some guides out there for some geeky-cool gifts. At Bitesize Bio, Suzanne Kennedy recommends some Einstein posters for the lab, meteorite jewelry, and snow leopard-print lab coats. Scientific American's Kate Wong lists some books that could go well on a scientists' coffee table such as Tui de Roy's Galápagos: Preserving Darwin's Legacy and Felice Frankel and George Whitesides's No Small Matter: Science on the Nanoscale. Wired's Geek Dad has a series of posts with gift ideas. Ones that intrigue us include the Desktop Carnivorous Plant Set and the 200x microscope you can connect to your computer.
From Posters to Carnivorous Plants
Dec 11, 2009