Here is a listing of the latest and greatest products in the world of science supplies, toys, gadgets and gifts. This list is updated each time a new item arrives to the xUmp.com warehouse! Keep it bookmarked and come back frequently!
Create your own roller coaster with this challenging yet fun to build kit! Watch as your marble takes off on a high-speed ride consisting of daring rotations, loops and curves. Different levels of kits provide for different levels of building difficulty. Fun for a budding engineer or a family project!
A fun set of 200 magnetic, colored, foam pattern blocks! A fun way for kids to practice shape-building and study patterns! Also makes a great gift or stocking stuffer for adults - play tangrams on your fridge or leave artistic creations for your family and friends to peruse.
A 19th century meteorological device used by Charles Darwin containing a crystalline substance that supposedly changes form according to weather patterns. Makes a great gift, and its handsome design will fit any office or study.
Powered entirely by solar energy, your brilliant Einstein figurine will ceaselessly think, consider, and ponder, tapping his finger to his temple in time to the flow of his expansive thoughts! Great addition to any office desk.
Revisit the unforgettable imagery and dazzling sense of wonder of COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey, the hit television event series hosted by world-renowned astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson with this gorgeous monthly calendar for 2016
Go ahead! Throw yesterday away, and watch it soar! Paper airplane experts Kyong Lee and David Mitchell have joined forces to bring you a squadron of planes throughout the year that features 40 original models and custom-designed graphics for each day's plane!
A perfect gift for moon-watchers, stargazers, and weekend astronomers of all ages, this stunning 2016 Lunar: A Glow in the Dark Wall Calendar for the Lunar Year, brings the wonder of the night sky indoors with stunning glow-in-the-dark moon phases and gorgeous high-quality photography.
From actimium to zirconium, The Periodic Table reveals in striking high-quality photographs and crystal-clear descriptions the different characteristics and frequently surprising roles of the known 118 elements - the building blocks that singly and in combination make up the fabric of the universe.