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Lugerlab Apr 30
Join me in congratulating Cynthia Wolberger on being elected into the National Academy of Sciences . So well deserved!
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Dr. Sethuraman (Panch) Panchanathan May 1
Congratulations to the three newest members of the National Academy of Sciences from Arizona State University, as well as to all who were elected yesterday!
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Lugerlab May 6
Congratulations ed egelman on being wkected into the . Lovely celebration
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Scott L Collins Apr 30
Congratulations to on being elected to the National Academy of Sciences!!!!!!!!! WOOHOO!!!!!!!! So AWESOME!!!!!
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CPNAS Feb 27
Announcing Family Day at the NAS on April 13! Participate in hands-on science activities and meet NAS President Marcia McNutt, Albert Einstein, and NAS Founder Abraham Lincoln. Join us for DecisionTown in the World of Genomics.
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Arizona State University Research May 3
Replying to @DrNitrogen
“In my graduate school years, it often felt like I was the only woman in my field, but that’s changed a lot. Women have contributed greatly to science and are finally being recognized — I am glad to be a part of that.” -
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Orli Bahcall Apr 27
Congratulations to all the newly inducted NAS members!
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Vachet Lab Apr 30
Congrats to Chemistry and colleague Lila Gierasch on her election to the National Academy of Sciences
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Mary Cushman MD Apr 30
The man to my right is Dr Mark Nelson, Pharmacology Chair ⁦⁩. Today he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences. This is so amazing and I’m grateful to work with him! Congrats Mark! Calcium events. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The EDGE Institute Sep 17
Meet Dr. Marilyn Fogel | Scientist and Professor Living with ALS via
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Krouk Gabriel Apr 30
Gloria Coruzzi new ! So proud to have been trained (as many) by such a great scientist and woman.
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Laura Lavine Apr 27
It was such a treat for to host Professor Lynn Riddiford, and Professor Jim Truman last week. The - UW rivalry was briefly put on hold & a can of Cougar Gold did head to !
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Aaron Straight Apr 30
Thrilled to see and elected to the National Academy! Chromosomes rock!
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Waterman Lab Apr 30
Congrats to Rebecca Heald for her election to the National Academy of Science for her groundbreaking work on mechanisms of mitotic spindle assembly!
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Western Sydney - HIE Apr 28
RT : Congratulations Peter B. Reich of , newly inducted ! He seeks to understand how climate change influences and how those feed back to the carbon cycle and climate system.
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Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation May 2
In a milestone year for women, five Damon Runyon alumnae were elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
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Lugerlab Apr 30
Congratulations to , master tweeter in chief (in a good way), on being elected into the National Academy of Sciences . You rock!
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The EDGE Institute Jun 3
If you are in the area stop by and help us celebrate 🎉 Dr. Fogel's election to the
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CSU Microbiology, Immunology & Pathology May 2
Congratulations to Sue VandeWoude for being elected to the National Academy of Sciences (). She was one of 100 newly elected members across the United States.
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Arizona State University Research May 3
Replying to @DrLimnology
“I’m very proud not only for me but for all of the students I’ve worked with over the years that were along for the journey.” -
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