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Catherine Curzon 11h
Alessandro Volta, the man who invented the battery, was born in 1745.
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Paige Madison Feb 12
"From so simple a beginning, endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved." -Charles Darwin. Happy birthday to the guy who changed everything.
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Rachel Dunn Feb 15
In honour of his birthday (born OTD in 1564), here is a picture I took of Galileo's finger from the Galileo Museum in Florence.
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Dr Franziska Kohlt 16h
Oh this looks very interesting (and gorgeous)!
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BSHS Feb 11
It's the big day! Welcome to ! We’re sharing & research from around the world, from prosthetics to astrophotography, big history to small science, oral history to material culture... πŸ’»πŸŒπŸŽ“πŸ”¬πŸ”­πŸ’‰
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18-Feb: On this day in 1859, Charles Darwin was awarded the Wollaston Medal (its highest award) by the of London. A few years back, I managed to photograph it in a very dimly lit museum cabinet.
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Paige Madison Feb 17
One of my favorite ideas about human evolution was Ernst Haeckel's notion that humans evolved on a now-lost, sunken continent of Lemuria in the Indian Ocean.
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Rejuvenation History 17h
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Catherine Curzon 14h
John Whitehurst, clockmaker, died in 1788. He was a central member of the Lunar Society and despite little formal education, became a noted geologist.
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AAAS Annual Meeting Feb 16
Happening now in room 602-603 of WSCC: Alison Wylie of delivers Sarton Memorial Lecture about research collaborations with Indigenous communities to advance tribal sovereignty.
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fernanda castano Feb 17
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Melissa Reynolds Feb 17
I'm so proud to have been a part of the incredible team that made possible. Visit to read recipes on painting, medicine, casting, arms, & more. This MS is an incredible resource for anyone interested in 11/11
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Alexander Hall 19h
Calling all , & folks, I'll be one of the facilitators at this ECR workshop, so obviously its going to be fabulous! πŸ€“πŸ˜œπŸ§
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DarwinOnline Feb 17
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Paige Madison Feb 17
"Nothing is constant but change. All existence is a perpetual flux of being and becoming." I missed the birthday of the naturalist and incredible artist Ernst Haeckel yesterday, but his is worth sharing a day late anyway!
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Sandra Freshney 16h
The is running its first 'A Feminist tour at four' during Science Festival πŸ‘. More info here.
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History of Science Feb 17
Abstracts for are due in 2 weeks! ⏲️ Finish up those proposals and don't miss out!
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Rebekah Higgitt Feb 17
With the 350th anniversary of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, approaching in 2025, now is the time to do a PhD on observatories & their networks! This on the geographies of Armagh Observatory for example - working link here:
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Maths Coach Feb 17
RT PaulNaish78: Medieval Europe’s satanic ciphers: on the genesis of a modern myth mathshistory RoutledgeHist tandfSTEM
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Science & Religion 19h
Call for Participants: fully funded Early Career Researcher Workshop, STEMM & Belief in Diverse Contexts, Stellenbosch, South Africa 29-30 June: (deadline 1 March) PLS RT
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