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Love nature: love life. Get growing, cooking, crafting, foraging & living life to the full. Celebrate nature & the art/tech it inspires. Join in with .
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groweatgift Jul 2
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Chris Thorogood Jul 2
Eloise, who I raised from a tadpole, is now over four years old. Isn't she beautiful?
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Real Scientists | Ayushi Jun 24
There’s a lot of research focused on developing new antimicrobial compounds. As we’ve seen though, bacteria can evolve to protect themselves. So instead, my research takes a different approach, in our lab we study how bacteria communicate.
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Real Scientists | Ayushi Jun 27
And I mean this outside of lab too! I used to think that being a good scientist meant working all day and having all the answers. But hobbies make us better scientists and better thinkers
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groweatgift Jun 27
Replying to @realscientists
Cooking can be a great way to teach science - eg, the Maillard Reaction . Cake as ;-)
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SelineSigil Jun 27
Well dressing is actually a bit of a mystery. Perhaps we can look to the location of Derbyshire as a reason why the custom developed here and nowhere else.
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Alex White Jun 27
Back in 2016, I had an idea about writing a book with the aim of encouraging more young people to discover the wildlife on their local patch. It's nearly a year since was released into the wild.
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groweatgift Jun 27
Replying to @naturalistdara
I've found similar with books in the past. Writing a book takes so much effort and can be all-consuming. Doing PR is tiring too - and you've had a LOT of PR to deal with (& book 2. & lockdown. & life). Be kind to yourself. You've put something wonderful into the world.
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Constance Lee Menefee Jun 26
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groweatgift Jun 26
Replying to @Swilua
Is there a dam anywhere nearby?
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Apolonis Aphrodisia Jun 26
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Carl Bovis Jun 26
Juvenile Starlings in my Somerset village. 😁 🐦
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Kitty Pridden Jun 26
18th Century men's waistcoat, or vest. Cream silk embroidered with floral details, 1790's
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Kitty Pridden Jun 26
Rear detail of 18th Century dress, Robe à la Francaise, 1760's via Museum of London
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groweatgift Jun 26
Team with mask for socially distant style.
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groweatgift Jun 26
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Kitty Pridden Jun 26
18th Century Stomacher, would have been worn across the chest and pinned to the overcoat of a dress to secure it into place. Embroidered with metallic threads, fruits and swirling rococo motifs, c.1750 via
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Kristen Lear, PhD (aka Batwoman) Jun 21
Talking bats & their importance with along with other fantastic bat scientists and ! 🦇 🦇 🦇 🦇
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Kitty Pridden Jun 26
18th Century dress, an example of the transitional style of the late 1790's, via
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Dara McAnulty Jun 26
Summer Wren song. Heady heated Gorse. No people that weren’t McAnulty’s. Relief. Wishing everyone a wild and wondrous weekend 🌱
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