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Join us for our S|GNS Summit where we'll share knowledge, build community + develop their skills in key areas. For info + registration, check the link below 👇
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Denis Wirtz May 20
Download this huge database of PhD fellowships in the US. The files lists topic, $ amount, deadline, citizenship requirement, etc. 118 PhD fellowship opportunities.
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March for Science 9h
🚨 It's not too late to vote! 🚨 RT to remind Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, and Texas, it's primary day and time to !
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Inspirefest 2018 22h
Inspirefest snapshot: The teenager whose dream is to go into space via
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Dorian Lemmon 16h
WOW This stuff has got to end. We need to show up to the polls in droves people.
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March for Science 16h
🚨 BREAKING: When the Associated Press showed up to an EPA meeting about water contamination this morning, their reporter was physically shoved out of the building. This is not ok. Hold Pruitt accountable:
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Replying to @gpandeylab
Thanks for your donation!
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March for Science 18h
Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, and Texas, it's primary day and time to ! Whether you cast the vote or play your part in helping eligible voters get to the polls, you've made a difference in casting a vote for science!
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March for Science May 21
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
If we raise more than that we can offer travel grants to students, grants to project winners, and sponsor activities around Chicago! Here's how to help. Donate here 👉👉👉
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March for Science May 21
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
We need to raise $60,000 to make this summit a reality. That's where you come in. Your support will allow us to pay for the space, the equipment, the materials, the staff, and the snacks.
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March for Science May 21
🗣️ SCIENCE COMMUNITY, WE NEED YOUR HELP! This July, we will bring together student advocates from around the country in Chicago for a weekend of conversations and skill building to empower them as community leaders and science advocates for both today and tomorrow. [thread]
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March for Science May 21
Good news to kick off the week! Kudos
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March for Science May 1
Know any student science advocates? We're so excited to announce that the are hosting the Student/Youth Advocacy Summit in Chicago on July 6-8, a companion event to our March for Science SIGNS summit! Learn more here 👉
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March for Science May 20
Grab the book 'Silence Not Silence' here:
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Pia May 19
March for Science in Minnesota 💪
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March for Science May 19
We are heartbroken about the news in Santa Fe, Texas. And we are more determined than ever to make sure Congress enacts evidence-based policies to protect our children. Sign our petition & contact your representatives NOW 👉
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March for Science May 14
Take the pledge! VOTE FOR SCIENCE! Take the pledge to hold your elected officials accountable for supporting policies that use and empower science. TEXT VoteSci to 40649! Learn more about our campaign here 👉👉👉
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March for Science May 18
This is a disservice to women and a step back for healthcare. 🤬
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Sheril Kirshenbaum May 17
If we care about science-informed leadership, we have to do more than tweet about our “representives.” We must make science matter on the ballot. Groups like & are demanding that candidates address science policy. Join us
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March for Science May 17
The 55 million people enrolled in deserve transparency about their coverage.
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March for Science May 17
Science is answering it: Is it Yanny or Laurel?
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