Buzz·Posted on 4 Dec 201419 Gifts Only Science Geeks Will Fully AppreciateNot everyone wants to wash their hands with brain soap.by Kelly OakesBuzzFeed Staff, UK FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. This periodic table chopping board. etsy.com etsy.com For chemists who like to cook... periodically. 2. A cross stitch microbe. etsy.com Choose from many diseases, including classics like smallpox and cholera, or more everyday illnesses like the common cold. 3. Mini brain soaps. etsy.com Perfect for the guest bathroom when your favourite neuroscientist is visiting. 4. A Wine-O-Saur. etsy.com For when all those mass extinctions just become too much. 5. An astronomy-themed baby onesie. etsy.com etsy.com Get them started early. 6. A dopamine necklace. etsy.com To let someone know how much your dopamine levels spike when you see them. 7. This double helix pendant. etsy.com For the person who is the adenine to your thymine. 8. This gold-sprayed dinosaur planter. etsy.com Don't question it. Just buy it. 9. This tiny microscope necklace. etsy.com For looking at even tinier things. 10. This beautifully illustrated book of science and nature poetry. etsy.com etsy.com The individual poems are available as prints too. 11. This tiny terrarium on a keyring. etsy.com Just pop it in shallow water once a month to keep it alive. 12. This t-shirt. lookhuman.com Chemists <3 puns. 13. This caffeine mug. etsy.com To fill with their favourite caffeine source. 14. This Einstein necklace. eclecticeccentricity.bigcartel.com Show someone that you're on their wavelength. 15. This mantis shrimp necklace. etsy.com etsy.com Pack a powerful punch with this present. 16. This scientifically accurate poster. popchartlab.com Beautiful and useful. 17. This bottle opener. uncommongoods.com Everything tastes better with pi. 18. These Hubble lollipops. etsy.com They're out of this world. 19. This tote bag. lookhuman.com If you can ignore the scientifically inaccurate representation of an atom, obvs.