Ten Cosy Christmas Jumpers for Scientists

Ten Cosy Christmas Jumpers for Scientists
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Ten Cosy Christmas Jumpers for Scientists

It’s the cosiest time of the year! The festive season is upon us, and so are our Christmas jumpers! If you’re looking for some new knitwear to celebrate the holiday season, why not take a look at this great collection of science-themed Christmas jumpers!

These snug seasonal sweaters feature Darwin as Santa, ions as snowflakes and a periodic Christmas tree, as well as some cracking carol-themed puns to put a smile on any scientist’s face this winter!

Treat yourself or a colleague to one of these ten cosy Christmas jumpers for scientists…


1. Oh Chemistree, Oh Chemistree…

If you’re a fan of the periodic table you’ll love this ‘Chemistree’ sweater! The elements make up a classic Christmas tree shape as part of a fun design featuring beakers, atoms and more! Available in blue, grey or black, this is a great fashion choice for your lab’s Christmas party!

More info: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chemist-Chemistree-Chemistry-Christmas-Sweatshirt/dp/B081G23JGC


2. Charles Darwin is Coming to Town

Everyone’s favourite evolutionary biologist gets festive in this fantastic sweater design! With his Santa hat and Christmas wreath Darwin really looks the part, and so will you in this great Christmas jumper from HeleoDesign on Etsy.

More info: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1334615201/charles-darwin-christmas-sweater-heavy


3. Working in a Winter WonderLAB

If you’re working through the holiday season this year, why not let your lab mates know how wonderful you think they are with this fantastic crewneck jumper from PhDoodleShop on Etsy! Available in white or navy, this is a great gift idea for any busy lab researcher this Christmas.

More info: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/1332358632/winter-wonderlab-crewneck-christmas


4. Have Yourself a Brainy Little Christmas

What do you buy the neuroscientist who has everything? Well how about this brilliant Christmas sweater from Graceful Giftings on Etsy? With a classic retro design featuring brains, neurons and a scattering of snowflakes, this is a great choice for any neuroscience fan.

More info: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/849898272/christmas-sweatshirt-women-brainy


5. Ding Dong Merrily on Ions

Take a closer look at this eye-catching snowflake sweater design and you’ll find the six-fold symmetry of some complex ions. A must for organic chemistry fans, this Christmas jumper by VividBiology (Etsy) is a truly unique style choice for the festive season.

More info: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/911144637/organic-chemistry-complex-ion-christmas


6. Santa the Scientist

This fun Christmas hoodie finds a cartoon Santa busy at work in the science lab! Mixing up some Christmas magic for scientists everywhere, this great design by madeinchorley on TeePublic is a cool fashion option for the holiday season.

More info: https://www.teepublic.com/hoodie/6814141-santa-scientist


7. Holmium Holmium Holmium!

This fantastic Christmas sweater borrows the chemical element of holmium (three times!) from the periodic table to help spell out Santa’s famous catchphrase! This great design from KsuAnn on RedBubble is available in a selection of colours as both a hoodie or a t-shirt. 

More info: https://www.redbubble.com/i/hoodie/Science-Gifts-Ugly-Science-Christmas-Sweater-Ugly-Chemistry-Christmas-by-KsuAnn/64231060.CVVWR


8. Party in the Lab

This simple but classic Christmas jumper design features two scientists hard at work in the lab this holiday season! Available in a variety of colours including a cool white, this great design by the ChristmasSweatersCo on Etsy is a nice gift idea for the busy researcher in your life.

More info: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/482824121/science-ugly-sweater-gift-for-scientist


9. ’Tis the Season to do Science

’Tis the season to do science… and why not do it wearing this excellent Christmas sweater? Featuring microscopes, beakers and atoms as well as the more traditional Christmas images of snowmen and reindeer, this neat crewneck jumper is a classic choice.



10. Santa’s Favourite Scientist

Finally, why not let everyone in your lab know exactly who Santa’s favourite is? You’ll definitely be on his ‘nice’ list wearing this lightweight sweatshirt from chewwbekah on RedBubble!

More info: https://www.redbubble.com/i/sweatshirt/Scientist-Ugly-Christmas-Sweater-by-chewwbekah/41412926.0LCRC.XYZ


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Tamara Fernandez-Calero
It would be nice to have some options for the ones in the southern hemisphere. It's practically impossible to use one of your beautiful Christmas jumpers since Christmas is really hot here.
Hello Bio
Absolutely Tamara - we can certainly look into featuring something more suited to hot climates!
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