2023 This Day in Science Boxed Calendar: 365 Groundbreaking Discoveries, Inspiring People, and Incredible Facts (Calendar)
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Explore the incredible discoveries and innovations of today and tomorrow with this 2023 science calendar!
Remarkable science has never been more inspirational—or more important. From the latest advances in medicine, physics, and technology, to new findings in evolution and the cosmos, this day-to-day STEM boxed calendar features a groundbreaking new discovery each day—and will fill your year with unbelievable wonders.
Enjoy fascinating facts and on this day events with this modern-day history calendar and share with science lovers and trivia fans alike! This is the ideal desk gift for men and women, teachers or bosses, and friends, perfect to give as a fun Father's Day or birthday gift, and as a holiday stocking stuffer!
- 4.25" x 4.5" page trim size with protective 5" x 5" outer box
- 100% recyclable and plastic-free with no shrink-wrapping! Cardboard easel backing is perfect for sturdy display on tabletop or desk
- Environmentally responsible, FSC certified paper
- Daily calendar with easy, tear-off pages featuring 365 days of inspiring scientific achievements and people
- Holidays and observances
Perfect for readers of science books, lovers of astronomy, space, chemistry, biology, and technology. Includes entries from the late 20th and 21st centuries like:
- January 28, 2019: Artificial skin may grant superhuman senses.
- February 16, 2011: IBM's Watson appears on Jeopardy—and wins.
- August 2, 2012: Ancient rainforest detected beneath Antarctic ice, suggesting that a near-tropical forest existed there some 52 million years ago.
- October 6, 2012: NASA rover Curiosity successfully lands on Mars.