Is your heart beating faster, your hands sweaty? Relax, it's just a clock! This lovely timepiece appears to have been hand written by that evil science teacher we all had to endure. Powder coated metal. Size 11.5" diameter. Requires 1 AA battery (not included). Comes packaged in a gift box for easy wrapping and makes the perfect geek gift.
How do Astronauts eat ice cream? The freeze dried way. First made by the Whirlpool Corporation (yes, the washer and dryer company) for the Apollo missions, freeze dried ice cream has been a favorite of science enthusiasts and geeks ever since! This Astronaut ...
The Astronomy Playing cards are a double deck of playing cards which include 108 pictures from NASA’s public domain archive. Each card includes the name of the picture, the classification of the picture (galaxy, nebulae, solar system, etc) and its ...
Little Thinkers are not stuffy intellectuals – they’re stuffed intellectuals! Let our Little Thinkers add a dollop of culture and humor to your shelves. They make the perfect geek gift! Collect them all and be surrounded by the world’s greatest minds ...
Is baking great cookies an art or a science? Actually, it's both thanks to these Science Lab Cookie Cutters. Each Labcutters set contains four cutters - a beaker, a flask, a test tube and an atom. Just be careful you don't overeat - you might get atomic ...
Learn while you lather with a Periodic Table Shower Curtain!
Why waste your time mindlessly staring at white tile, when you could be refreshing your memory on the atomic number of Rhodium? Looking every bit like the poster from your 3rd period ...