Aerospace and aeronautical engineers love practical gifts that show their love for air and space technology. I've added some of my personal favorites here, along with some other interesting options I found around the web.
Engineers are notoriously difficult to find gifts for. They tend to want things that are practical, functional and unique. As an engineer myself, I wanted to assemble what I think are the best gifts for engineers and engineering students. I hope this gift guide helps you finish your gift shopping faster than ever and brings a smile to an engineer’s face. Show them you understand their passion for engineering and support them when they geek out over your perfect gift.
Sometimes you want to avoid doing work but still love chemistry. For that all-too-often occasion, we’ve curated this list of diverse chemistry blogs to help you indulge your love of chemistry. Maybe you’ll even learn something.
Getting your chemistry fix shouldn't always involve textbooks and journal papers. What if you could send spectacular chemistry content straight to your brain while you're driving, walking or synthesizing chemicals in the lab?
When you want to say "thank you" to an inspiring chemistry educator, an apple just won't do. This list steers clear of bad chemistry joke t-shirts and finds high-quality but affordable items from $4-$45 that will leave a lasting impression.
A scientist-curated list of our favorite unique and practical gifts for scientists from around the internet ranging from $4 to $130. We've made it easy for you to find exactly the right gift for the special scientist in your life.