The holiday season is upon us…
November 29, 2010 § 1 Comment
For those of you who plan to buy gifts this season, here are a few vaguely science-related gifts you might consider, either for people who are already interested in science or for people who ought to be:
A Space Age ant habitat — with see-through edible gel to keep the ants happy, and colored LEDs to make it look space age — or an 8-pod ant-o-sphere. Ants not included, which depending on where you live may be a problem for a winter gift.
Many varieties of fuzzy plush microbes, including anthrax, ebola and E. coli. Red and white blood cells, too.
A light to tell you whether your shower is hot or cold (ideal to avoid oscillations caused by delayed feedback).
T-shirts and tote bags:
A frog is a mean green machine
Why stop with evolution? Teach the controversy of the turtle.
A lasagna pan that fits your lasagna noodles.
For budding engineers