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March for Science
The March for Science champions publicly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. March with us on April 22, 2017.
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March for Science 2h
We do and we are. is not just one, but MANY amazing scientists all working for the greater good.
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NYT Science 17h
The NYT obituary for Mildred Dresselhaus, known in scientific circles as the Queen of Carbon
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March for Science 13h
Today is ! Tell us the most fascinating thing you know about physics.
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Mistakes happen, and this probably won't be the last one. But we're in it for the long haul, and we're listening.
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March for Science 15h
Science is strong when we listen to each other, and make space for our many voices. We're in this for the long haul.
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We're sorry for any harm we caused. We're listening, and we're learning.
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March for Science 16h
We are grateful to have had folks both inside AND outside the march providing useful feedback about why these tweets were wrong.
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March for Science 16h
Thanks to everyone who pointed out some problematic tweets we made recently. Language matters, especially when it comes to inclusion.
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March for Science Feb 23
Did you know that on STS-120 there was a female Shuttle Commander and a female ISS Commander? Here are the women on that flight control team
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March for Science Feb 23
Are you a female who thought about doing engineering but decided against it? Why? What can the science community do better?
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March for Science Feb 23
“We want VA Tech!” Marc Edwards and helped when others failed.
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March for Science Feb 23
in uniform, too. Officers with respond to emergencies like hurricanes, blizzards & oil spills
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March for Science Feb 23
Land-grant universities link scientists and farmers to produce the food we eat every day.
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March for Science Feb 23
Ask yourself, “If not you, then who?”: Advice to girls from NASA’s top female engineers
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March for Science Feb 23
Our parents and grandparents remember polio. Vaccines freed us from that fear.
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March for Science Feb 23
We want to highlight how scientists serve communities. Use to showcase how science saves lives and advances public interest!
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March for Science Feb 23
For a full list of partner organizations, please see our full press release here:
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March for Science Feb 23
Another major partner is the Entomological Society of America
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March for Science Feb 23
. was the first scientific organization to partner with and we’re excited to work with them.
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March for Science Feb 23
Major partners include the American Association for the Advancement of Science, !
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