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Pablo Bustos Moran Sep 17
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Siempre Es Hoy 1h
¡The Musical World Daily!
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gvanina Sep 20
Probably the most confusing clock ever, but it looks so cool!! 🕰️🤓
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Judit Ungvári, PhD 🦉 Sep 21
This has been a long time coming. Proud that my first Peruvian thesis mentee finished her project all the way to publication.
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Paul Halpern Sep 16
Richard Feynman loved Brazil and its culture. He visited there several times, including for long stays.
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Luis A. Quesada Sep 18
The UK public is well-informed and positive about science and technology,but its hopes and fears are largely being ignored by politicians. That is the key finding of a New Scientist survey of public attitudes to science,technology,medicine and the environment.
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Astrobiohoe 4h
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Yolanda 17h
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PR Gen Sci 5h
PR Gov : Associate Scientist ( , Fajardo ) general
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Ángel Pedroso García 15h
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Vanessa Ayala Sep 21
One more month to go! Join me at where I will give a talk about and the importance of considering it in . I will also give a tutorial about tools.
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es.thenatureworld Sep 21
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gvanina Sep 20
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Solmeglas Sep 20
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no puedo usar bikini Sep 19
La old school ft the new generation 😉. .
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es.thenatureworld Sep 19
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Neurociencias Cuba Sep 19
“If you’re going to try to explain why donkeys fly, you’re first going to have to see a flying donkey,” said Dr Mitchell Valdes. “And we haven’t seen a flying donkey.”
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ArchitectT Sep 18
Continuously, I saw the constellations of Cassiopeia (down) and Perseus (up). View looking towards the North.
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ArchitectT Sep 18
So, let me show you which stars I saw last night! First, the Amazing ORION, looking towards the South.
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es.thenatureworld Sep 18
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