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LynxSavageVR Nov 2
The 24hr Elite Charity stream for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is LIVE!! Come hang out while I do the 4 standing challenges in 24hrs, all for a good cause. & !
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germanrifter VR Nov 1
The wonderful is doing a 24h stream. Tune in, support and donate for a great cause tomorrow, Sat Nov 2nd, 8am EST. Donations will go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
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Jake Jaworski 29 Mar 14
Final four baby!!
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Cody Cartrette 22 Mar 14
LET'S GOOOOOOO
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Exploratorium Nov 8
Shorter days means more time with the spectacular by Leo Villareal. Located at our Pier 15 plaza, Buckyball is a towering 25-foot illuminated sculpture featuring 4,500 LED nodes and over 16 million distinct colors. 📸 :
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Hunter Galligan 22 Mar 14
Also another reason that... WI>MN
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Phys.org 16 Jan 14
Researchers 'detune' a molecule: Experiment shows how to soften atomic bonds in a
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Phys.org 15 Sep 13
Researchers discover evidence to support controversial theory of '' formation
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Mountain Brook Hoops Oct 28
Had a great time with our Bucky Ball Academy kids! Thanks for being a part of the Mountain Brook Basketball Program!
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Phys.org 6 May 13
Engineers manipulate a by inserting a single water molecule
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BtownBanners.com 15 Mar 13
Bring it . Hoosiers are ready to beat you 26-22.
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Mike Reese 28 Mar 14
Congrats to Coach Burgau @ on win #700. AWESOME.
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Prof Mark Lorch 15 Mar 14
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Claire Nutegg 11 Feb 18
How cool! Real life transformation of rolling into a (C60 fullerene)
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Michael Elbing 5 Apr 14
ITS ALMOST GAMETIME!!!!!
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Kristina Hernandez 14 May 16
Also: the table displays are Dino-mite! I may see if I can take one home!
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nanotechnology 13 Nov 18
Replying to @nanowiki
“New forms of the element carbon – called fullerenes – in which the atoms are arranged in closed shells was discovered in 1985 by Robert F. Curl, Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley”
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nanotechnology 13 Nov 18
Replying to @nanowiki
breakthrough provides convincing evidence that the buckyball has, as I long suspected, existed since time immemorial in the dark recesses of our galaxy”
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Vitashell Carbon 60 (C60) 5 Sep 18
C60 shows longevity and antioxidant effects given its scavenging capacity. Understand Free Radicals and how C60 can assist in the detoxification process.
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Jeanne Tung 24 Sep 14
Voting today regulations . Why these magnets are harmful here
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