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Cecilia Grimaldi
👩🏼‍💻🎙Science Communication | freelance writer | blogger | alum Res School (PhD)
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Cecilia Grimaldi 17h
You also didn’t take any? We neither and we are sad 😢
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NYT Science Oct 16
Botanists have laid out evidence that dozens of North American trees, herbs, plants and shrubs have gone extinct since European settlers arrived on the continent
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Cecilia Grimaldi Sep 24
Thank you all for been there!!! It’s has been such an amazing experience, from the beginning till the end! A path that has changed me in so many ways... I’ll treasure every single moment.
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BetzLab Sep 23
Awesome defence of an awesome student. Thanks for letting me contributing to this work, which was just accepted 🤩.
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Cecilia Grimaldi Sep 24
Replying to @BetzLab @NatureComms
Thank you for all your support!! It’s has been such an awesome experience for me, too 👩🏼‍🎓
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Raz_lab Aug 21
The paper of Cecilia - E-cadherin focuses protrusion formation at the front of migrating cells by impeding actin flow has just been accepted in Nature Communications
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Cecilia Grimaldi May 20
My "Germ - issues and current understanding" is now open access! :) Read and share!
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Roberto Mayor Lab Apr 30
Please like this tweet if you'd be interested in a weekly virtual seminar on cell migration! Trying to gauge interest. RT for wider distribution and reply if you'd be up for giving a talk! Thanks!
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 22
Please, help elderly people all over the world! Create support systems and networks of volunteers. This is a recurrent issues everywhere.
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 22
Don’t wait for the governments to force you, as much as you can!! -19
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Ed Yong Mar 20
I wrote about the new coronavirus itself--where it came from, why it's behaving in the way it's behaving, how it infects and kills, and what the summer might bring. It's early days, of course, but this serves as a rough preliminary portrait of SARS-CoV-2.
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Lisa Gunaydin Mar 16
As much as it breaks my heart, I have been clearly communicating to my lab that none of their experiments count as “essential” right now, and that their safety and mental health are more important than any experiment. 1/3
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 17
Stand by and the rest of the ! Stand by , , and everyone else risking their safety and the safety of their families! Stand by and ! And most important, keep standing by science once all this will be over!!!
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 17
Replying to @GiorgiaWithAnI
Congratulazioni! 👍🏼
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 16
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Cecilia Grimaldi Mar 16
It too a to make us see that we are all human begins living in a small world after all... Let’s care for each other by keeping distance!
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NYT Science Mar 14
This chart reveals the powerful value of taking immediate action against coronavirus: Stopping one infection today, instead of a week from now, will avert four times as many infections in the next month.
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Giorgia Guglielmi Mar 13
As I helped , and to report this article, I've heard many saddening stories of researchers who had to shut down their labs because of coronavirus disruptions. Some of those stories are detailed here:
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Massive Science Feb 24
We've heard the terrible news that Katherine Johnson passed away today at the age of 101. She was one of the most important scientists of the 20th century. Without her, humanity would not have landed on the Moon. A legacy for all time.
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Cecilia Grimaldi Jan 30
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