51 Gifts For Chemistry Nerds

1. Sneaky Scientist Bookends

Two things every college student has: a copy of “The 50 Funniest Quotes from The Big Bang Theory” and a love for chemistry. These bookends would make the perfect gift for that science-loving guy in your life!

2. Taco Bell Socks

Are you kidding me, socks with a funny message and they come in a gift box?! These are the perfect gag gift for that guy (or gal) who has everything! A fun sock pairing with these would be a matching wine glass set.

3. Do Not Disturb Socks

What do you do when you’re trying to concentrate on a really hard science problem, but your partner is just not that into listening? Why not get these hilarious Do Not Disturb socks! These funny novelty socks come in two color combinations and are sure to make their eyes roll back in their heads as they try to figure out the underlying physics problem.

4. Drop Dead Earrings

These beautiful microscope earrings are the perfect gift for that special scientist in your life! Each pair comes individually packaged in a velvet jewelry pouch.

5. Science Earring

A cute pair of earrings for the science lover. The symbol for chemistry is a smiley face with sparkles for eyes. It’s attached to a mini condenser microphone and looks great!

6. Science is My Jam Keychain

This keychain is a cute way to let someone know that science rocks! It includes an engraved quote about science being a jam, along with some fun atomic details and a mini Microscope. This makes a great gift for any scientist in your life!

7. Necklace

This necklace is a great way to remind yourself and others that you are full of happy chemicals! The pendant is sterling silver with blue glass enamel. It comes packaged in an organza bag with the message, “Be Happy.”

8. Pew Pew Wars T-Shirt

I can’t promise this shirt won’t make you want to pick a fight, but it probably won’t be a dangerous kind of urge. This t-shirt comes in both men and women sizes and makes a funny gift for anyone who grew up watching Red Dwarf.

9. Reading Glasses with Mustache

Nerdy reading glasses are the perfect gift to give a book lover or English teacher. The mustache reading glasses are made of lightweight and durable plastic, so they’ll be comfortable all day long.

10. Vintage Beer Glasses

These 8″ beer glasses are made from beautiful handblown glass. Because these glasses are so unique, they make a great conversation piece and an excellent gift for that special beer lover in your life!

11. 80’s Socks

Everyone needs a pair of nostalgia socks in their sock drawer, and these are the perfect pair! Featuring cute little green piggies, it’s hard to go wrong with this gift!

12. Golf Math Socks

Who knew that adding and subtracting could be so much fun? These funny golf math socks make a great gift for the math-loving golfer in your life. The pair comes in a zippered mesh bag, making them easy to pack up and take with you on the course.

13. What’s The Football Team Doing On Our Field? T-Shirt

A unisex t-shirt with a funny print across the chest celebrating the hardest working group to take the gridiron on a Saturday – the marching band! This is a great gift idea for any fan of college football and university bands.

14. May The (F=mdv/dt) Be With You T-Shirt

A unisex t-shirt with a professionally applied, vibrant screen print on front for the nerdiest of nerds. Made in USA and imported. Available in sizes small-5XL.

15. Beer Glass

The science behind this glass is pretty amazing. It’s a stemless wine glass designed to look like the molecule for ethanol, the principal type of alcohol found in your favorite adult beverages. The glass holds 16 ounces and can be enjoyed anywhere that’s safe to drink from.

16. Shot Glass Set

Toast to your accomplishment with these scientifically accurate shot glasses. Each set includes 4 shot glasses that look like authentic mini beakers (2), conical erlenmeyer flask (1), and round florence flask (1). The glasses are complete with graduated markings for a comically accurate appearance that scientists will love!

17. Stainless Steel Tumbler

A stainless steel tumbler is a great 21st birthday gift for any man. It’s unbreakable, won’t taste metallic, and can be used for coffee or hot beverages. The perfect graduation gift for the chemistry professor in your life!

18. Test Tube Rack

This is a fun twist on a typical spice rack. The test tubes are perfect for storing and displaying small items like herbs, spices, sugar and salt! The set includes nine test tube racks, three Erlenmeyer flasks for sugar, salt and pepper, an Erlenmeyer flask for oil, a carrying tray with 36 stickers to help you organize your displays.

19. Mona Lisa Smile Coffee Mug

What could be better than a mug with the iconic smile of Mona Lisa? How about a coffee mug with the iconic smile of Mona Lisa that says, “I’ll Be Back Later”? Whether you want to be pleasantly surprised or not, this hilarious gift is guaranteed to get a chuckle out of anyone who sees it.

20. Science Lab Stickers

These cute little stickers are great for practising your observational skills and also a way to encourage little learners. Attach these to a water bottle or laptop to help them learn about STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) subjects.

21. DNA Putty

Microbes make up 80% of the earth’s surface, so why not give them some love with this deoxyribonucleic acid putty? Contains one collectible giant microbe figure packaged in orange putty.

22. Science Fondue Set

You know that fondue you need to have when you’re ready to get dirty and do science? Yeah, this one. These stainless steel cookie cutters effortlessly slice through dough and release with ease, making the process of decorating cookies a breeze. Great for any age group including kids who want to learn how to make real-life cookies!

23. Water Bottle

This is a one-of-a-kind gift that will be enjoyed by the entire family. If you’ve got a budding engineer in your life, then this water bottle is sure to bring a smile to their face when they pull it out for the first time and notice the punny dihydrogen monoxide warning!

24. Coffee Mug

This ceramic coffee mug is a great gift for that caffeine-fueled loved one in your life! It comes in white with printed designs on both sides.

25. Necklace

Caffeine is the world’s favorite nootropic, and this necklace reflects that. The caffeine molecule is strung on 14 silver-toned beads, making it an ideal gift for coffee lovers.

26. Goodnight Lab: A Scientific Parody Bedtime Book for Toddlers

Goodnight lab! It’s been a long day at the lab for this scientist. Now it’s time to say goodnight! Good night laser, good night notebook, and good night picture of Einstein with a stern look…

27. Good Luck Socks

These funny socks are sure to get a laugh! They show support for your favorite STEM field with the message “Good luck with that, math and science.”

28. Golf Teeth Socks

For the sports lover, these golf teeth socks will make a funny addition to their gift. Whether they’re into playing golf or just enjoy a good gag gift these golf teeth socks are sure to be popular.

29. Never Trust an Atom Graphic T-Shirt

This funny science shirt makes a great gift for that husband of yours who has an amazing mind and can’t seem to find his place in the world. This shirt will make him laugh every time he sees it, so it might as well be worn all the time.

30. You’re Overreacting T-Shirt

This funny t-shirt makes a great gift for that chemistry teacher in your life who loves killing with humor! This is a 100% cotton t-shirt. It is unisex, so it will fit anyone.

31. Funny Socks

These officially-licensed Harry Potter socks are super soft and comfortable, and one of the best gifts you can get for a nerdy guy in your life! Perfect stocking stuffers under $5.

32. Steampunk Necklace

This necklace is a great way to show off your nerdy side. It has a beautiful image of an actual lab and the words “Science Is Beautiful” underneath it. Also, it includes a matching pendant so you can wear them together or separately!

33. Keychain

A colorful keychain that represents all of the different elements. There is one for each letter of the periodic table, so you can match them up and see which element you are!

34. Cool Iron Man T-Shirt

Cool t-shirts are essential when wearing a 100+ degree suit, and what better way than sporting the coolest superhero around, Iron Man! This hilarious t-shirt is sure to become his go-to gift for birthdays or holidays.

35. Coffee Chemists

If you’re aChemistry buff, then this coffee tumbler makes an ideal gift for you. It’s beautifully designed to look at the molecules found in coffee and explain what they do. What more could you ask for from a morning cup of Joe?

36. Sand Etched Tumblers

Whiskey, scotch, and other spirit drinkers know that one of the best ways to enjoy their favorite drinks is with a great set of rocks glasses. These glasses from Greenline Goods will not only impress your guests but teach them a little something too! Each glass features a detailed look at the molecules found in wisky, with a short explanation about how each molecule contributes to this classic draught.

37. The Martian Board Game

This game is surprisingly realistic. You play as one of the members of NASA’s mission control, and your goal is to keep Mark Watney alive and get him home no matter what. This game recreates some key moments from the book–how he had to use his ingenuity to survive in a space suit after being hit by radiation, how he had to figure out systems on his own in order to save himself!

38. The Periodic Table Clock

The Periodic Table Wall Clock is a fun and unique clock for your wall! It lists the chemical elements in order of abundance which makes it an interesting complement to your coffee table book on the periodic table.

39. Caffeine Beaker Mug

Know someone who loves their coffee or chemistry? This caffeine molecule beaker mug is a fun way to start their day! A caffeine molecule diagram adorns this clever glass mug. What a great gift for a teacher, student, doctor or anyone interested in the science field. This beaker can be used in the lab or kitchen to handle hot or cold liquids and it makes an excellent (and hilarious) wedding registry gift!

40. Novelty Pizza Socks

It’s pizza night, and there’s no better way to remind your dad that you care than with a funny pair of socks. These pineapple, cheese, and bacon socks are sure to create a stir at the family dinner table!

41. Pineapple Sock Cats

Dress up any casual outfit with these funny novelty socks featuring a pineapple and two poker chips. Made from cotton, these socks are sure to become a staple in your sock drawer.

42. Never Trust An Atom Science Professor Socks

Never Trust An Atom These socks are for the science geek in your life! They show off a ton of great nerdy stuff, like atomic models and lab equipment. The hidden message is that “neither should you trust an atom” since atoms make up everything!

43. Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe

This book is a visual feast detailing the different elements, their properties, and appearances. You’ll learn interesting facts about each element and see them represented visually in stunning full-color photos.

44. A Decade of Marriage Shadow Box

This unique shadow box makes a great gift for chemistry lovers. They’ll be grateful for having this fun and meaningful gift to decorate their bedroom or favorite place. Ideal for displaying and preserving photos, pictures, memorabilia, awards, medals, concert tickets, plane tickets, movie stubs, collectibles, certificates, invitations and more! The back cover is reversible which allows you to choose which side better suits your taste. The perfect size – this wooden memorabilia box measures exactly 6x6x2 inches and is made with high-quality MDF wood. It comes with a clear semi-reinforced glass to protect all the precious memorabilia it is holding inside. It comes fixed with a hook and easel in the back making it ready to be hung as wall décor or used as a table top display..

45. Periodic Table Wine Glass

If you’re looking to impress with your knowledge of science, then this Beaker wine glass is the perfect piece of laboratory equipment for you! Measuring 6 inches tall, this novelty glassware features a lovely design showing off the elements that are part of Group 1 (Argon, Helium, Krypton and Neon) from the periodic table. Whether you choose to drink your wines cooler or at room temperature, this scientifically accurate beaker wine glass makes a great conversation piece when served alongside your favorite reds.

46. Baby University Board Book Set

The popular BabyU board book set for toddlers is now available with an introductory text on science! Written by a scientist and features colorful, simple introductions to scientific principles that are beloved by kids and grown-ups.

47. Engraved Pen

This cool math gift is for anyone that loves to write or has a passion for writing with an LED light! The pen features multiple mathematical equations and symbols, including π (Greek letter Pi), the golden ratio, and more.

48. Monogram Cufflinks

A practical gift for a science teacher to use in the classroom is this engraved pen with LED light and stylus tip. The mini D1 battery-powered fountain pen has multiple refills including a black ink refill.

49. Metals Coffee Mug

This funny periodic table gift makes a great gag gift or birthday gift for a science geek. The mug is white with metallic gold highlights and has the words “Heavy Metal” written in large print across the front of it, along with an equation showing how each metal is found in nature.

50. Periodic Table Coffee Mug

Does your dad like to have a funny mug for coffee? Does he enjoy the periodic table as much as we do here at Universe Today? This funny periodict table gift makes a great gag gift or birthday gift for a science geek.

51. Periodic Table T-shirt

This funny shirt is a great gift for anyone with a great sense of humor. For the rare person who is both right and left brained, this shirt makes the perfect addition to any wardrobe! Witty and punny, this shirt is meant for the rockin’ chemist! Whether you love physics, organic chemistry, biology, engineering, anatomy, anthropology, aeronautics, biochemistry…the list goes on and on.