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27 Gifts Only Math And Science Nerds Will Appreciate

Give 'em to your cutie "pi" or keep them for yourself.

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1. A cellphone case featuring a cartoon Freddie "Mercury."

🎵 We are the chemical elements, my friends... 🎵Price: $32
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🎵 We are the chemical elements, my friends... 🎵

Price: $32

2. A tee covered with some molecules in the process of bonding.

C2H6O = the formula for making new friends (or enemies, depending on how you get when you're drunk).Price: $25
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C2H6O = the formula for making new friends (or enemies, depending on how you get when you're drunk).

Price: $25

3. A print that's simultaneously dead and alive.

Just kidding. The print is completely dead.Price: $15.63
etsy.com

Just kidding. The print is completely dead.

Price: $15.63

4. A super cute tote.

This angle needs to learn how to accept a compliment.Price: $14
etsy.com

This angle needs to learn how to accept a compliment.

Price: $14

5. A t-shirt with an argument occurring on its front.

Get along, you two.Price: $17
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Get along, you two.

Price: $17

6. A stuffed Nikola Tesla and a Emmy Noether paper doll.

Nikola thinks they'd have an electrifying connection. Emmy did the math and isn't so sure.

Price: $44 and $12

7. A sweet shower curtain.

For your mathematical mate.Price: $68
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For your mathematical mate.

Price: $68

8. Giant microbes you can cuddle with.

E. coli
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E. coli

Diarrhea
firebox.com

Diarrhea

Literally the only time in your life when you'll actually *want* to cuddle with diarrhea.

Price: $13.69

9. A print for anyone who likes pizza as much as they like math.

Price: $15
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Price: $15

10. A pencil pouch for a chemistry major.

Terence is soooooooo melodramatic.Price: $6.25
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Terence is soooooooo melodramatic.

Price: $6.25

11. Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton battling on a shirt.

Who would *you* bet on?Price: $15.61
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Who would *you* bet on?

Price: $15.61

12. A print for the purine to your pyrimidine.

Congrats on finding someone with complementary nucleotides.Price: $5
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Congrats on finding someone with complementary nucleotides.

Price: $5

13. A book for your little nuclear physicist.

"Honey! Come quick! Ludo just said 'big bang'!"

Price: $44

14. A shirt with the golden section to wear over your "golden sections."

Does that innuendo even make sense? Whatever—just go with it.Price: $22
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Does that innuendo even make sense? Whatever—just go with it.

Price: $22

15. A spoon stamped with an updated version of a Four Tops's lyric.

🎵 You know how I love youuuuu 🎵Price: $20
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🎵 You know how I love youuuuu 🎵

Price: $20

16. A slice of pi pie to hang on your wall.

It's not ~irrational~ to want to make a pie shaped like this.Price: $20
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It's not ~irrational~ to want to make a pie shaped like this.

Price: $20

17. And a button for people who think pi is wrong.

Kill pi.Price: $1

18. A mug with a citrusy algebraic equation.

A singerine actually sounds pretty good. Get on that, fruit breeders. Price: $12.50
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A singerine actually sounds pretty good. Get on that, fruit breeders.

Price: $12.50

19. A tee for someone who's never wrong.

TBH, you probably shouldn't get a know-it-all this shirt: it'll just make them even more insufferable. Price: $17.94
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TBH, you probably shouldn't get a know-it-all this shirt: it'll just make them even more insufferable.

Price: $17.94

20. A lunch bag that knows what goes down in the mitochondrion.

Open it up when you need some more energy.Price: $16
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Open it up when you need some more energy.

Price: $16

21. Some punny science stickers.

These definitely fall into the "so bad they're good" category.Price: $7.50
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These definitely fall into the "so bad they're good" category.

Price: $7.50

22. A spice rack to make your kitchen more like a lab.

Just be sure you fill up the Th vial with thyme instead of thorium.Price: $54.99
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Just be sure you fill up the Th vial with thyme instead of thorium.

Price: $54.99

23. A print of a mouse doing some very heavy thinking.

Price: $14.56

24. The perfect mug to drink coffee out of.

Gale Boetticher would love this.Price: $14

25. An electron-rich cross stitch pattern.

For organic chemists who enjoy crafting in their downtime.  Price: $3
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For organic chemists who enjoy crafting in their downtime.

Price: $3

26. A tee with a statistical dinosaur.

There's also a Stegonormalus tee.Price: $18
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There's also a Stegonormalus tee.

Price: $18

27. And a card to wish you happy holmium-days.

Price: $4.61
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Price: $4.61

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