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March for Science
The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.
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March for Science 1h
Check out what the forecast is looking like for eclipse day in your area!
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March for Science 16h
Can't get much better than science 🔬+ ice cream! 🍦
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March for Science 16h
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
Whoops! Yes, *throwing!
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March for Science 16h
Want to show your support for the EPA? Enter a video in 's Love Letters to the EPA Video Contest by September 1! ❤️🌎🔬
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March for Science 21h
These rules are a perfect example of science informing policy-making. Rescinding them means growing that science out the window.
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March for Science 24h
Know a young researcher who's doing great work in science or engineering? Nominate them for the Waterman Award!
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APHA Aug 16
Racism is a stain on our country that we have to fix, & we need to do it now, says APHA’s Georges Benjamin.
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March for Science Aug 16
Wired: James Damore’s Google Memo Gets Science All Wrong
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ScienceMarchLton Aug 15
March for Science Australia stands with our partners in the United States in condemning racism and violence....
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March for Science Aug 15
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March for Science Aug 15
Send your message today!
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Scientific American Aug 15
Blog: Science education needs to break out of schools, out of books and out of gender and racial constructs
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March for Science Aug 15
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
Cont'd: "This is not the product of some deep-seated, evil heart that is cultivated. It comes from the environment, the air all around us.”
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March for Science Aug 15
According to one researcher: "The truth is that unless parents actively teach kids not to be racists, they will be."
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March for Science Aug 15
Science cannot and should not be sidelined.
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Concerned Scientists Aug 14
ICYMI: "The scientific community has a responsibility to reject the legacy of racial oppression"
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March for Science Aug 14
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
Kryzanich is an engineer. STEM professionals can and should play a role in denouncing white supremacy and racism.
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March for Science Aug 14
Keep up the pressure!
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Merck Aug 14
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SACNAS Aug 14
SACNAS President Dr. Lino Gonzalez responds to the racist violence in . Read the full statement:
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