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STEMcell Atomic Mug
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Our mug!More info

$8.00
Climate Change Mug
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Of course, not everyone wants to be reminded of planet-wide catastrophe during their afternoon coffee break. But if you're the type of person who confronts difficult issues even during your downtime, you should consider getting one. When you pour in hot liquid, the mug shows what will happen when the polar ice caps melt – before your very eyes, coastlines... More info

$13.00
Bioluminescence Mug
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The mighty sea rolls on, concealing things both mysterious and rare – including animals that produce chemicals to make themselves light up! When enjoying a warm/hot beverage you can discover seven bioluminescent deep-sea creatures. 12oz ceramic mug  Hand wash only  Microwave -safe  More info

$13.00
Golden Constellations Mug
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The universe is filled with stars, and so is this mug. You can sit with a cool beverage and let your imagination draw figures in the sky… or add hot water and watch 11 lovely hand-rendered illustrations appear: Andromeda, Cassiopeia, Gemini, Hercules, Orion, Perseus, Sagittarius, Scorpius, Taurus, Ursa Major, and Ursa Minor. 12oz ceramic mug. Hand wash only.  Microwave safe. ... More info

$13.00
Geologic Time Mug
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This mug is a colorful tutorial of fossils and key events from 26 eons, epochs, and eras. 4.56 billion years in the making. INSIDE THE MUG: Elrathia kingii – relief of a trilobite fossil! 14oz ceramic mug.  Dishwasher and microwave safe.  More info

$13.00
Moon Mug
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Here are two gorgeous Moon portraits – the "magnificent desolation" of the Near Side and the mysterious terrain of Far Side. When the mug is cold, you see the Moon(s) against a sea of black. Add a steaming beverage and watch the mug transform, revealing the names of Apollo missions, astronauts, landing sites, and milestones. 14oz ceramic mug  Hand Wash... More info

$13.00
Heroes of Science Pint Glasses
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Henriette Swan Leavitt: Picture this: it’s 1893, and you’re a woman working at the Harvard College Observatory. You have a fascination with the luminosity of Cepheid variable stars. The only issue is that you’re a woman and it’s 1893, so you aren’t allowed to operate a telescope. This was the reality for Henrietta Swan Leavitt, but she didn’t let her... More info

$15.00$12.50
Core Sample Tea Infuser
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Carry your favorite tea and your love of earth science with you throughout the day! In addition to keeping your beverage insulated against temperature change, this double-walled glass infuser flask is sure to keep you digging deeper into the mysteries of the earth. Get lost in the layers of geologic history while you hunt for the fossilized remains of creatures who lived in each... More info

$29.95
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