Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
The Nobel Prize May 13
Take a peek at Marie Skłodowska Curie's notebook from 1899-1902, containing notes from experiments on radioactive substances. The notebook is still radioactive and will be for 1,500 years. Photo: Wellcome Images.
Reply Retweet Like
The Nobel Prize May 20
“All my days I have longed equally to travel the right road and to take my own errant path," Sigrid Undset writes in her trilogy of historical novels, 'Kristin Lavransdatter'. Undset was born on in 1882. She was awarded the 1928 in Literature.
Reply Retweet Like
The Nobel Prize May 20
Today we pay tribute to Edward B. Lewis (1918-2004), born 101 years ago. His work on fruit flies laid the foundation for what is now known about the genes that regulate the development of specific regions of the body.
Reply Retweet Like
Menlo Park 18h
Have you seen today's Doodle? It honours pioneering scientist Willem Einthoven, who was awarded the for for his pioneering work in recording the heart’s electrical activity, would have celebrated his 159th birthday today.
Reply Retweet Like
York House Science 23h
159 years ago a Dutch physiologist was born. He won the Nobel Prize and created the ECG (Electrocardiograph) which is still used today to check and spot abnormalities of the heart. Happy Birthday Willem Einthoven!
Reply Retweet Like
stacey younger May 16
Reply Retweet Like
sadrak kabir May 19
Reply Retweet Like
The Nobel Prize May 16
In 1966, Charles Kao made a discovery in fiber optics: he calculated how to transmit light over long distances via optical glass fibers. Together with laser technology, his solution has made telecommunication using optical fibers possible.
Reply Retweet Like
WhatIsBiotechnology 19h
1934: Bengt Samuelsson born, won 1982 for discoveries concerning prostglandins & related substances
Reply Retweet Like
Tyler Bott May 20
Check out my bestselling book! Available at your local Target and Barns and Noble
Reply Retweet Like
Atul Singh 5h
Learning from a Laureate Joachim Frank, an interview by of is a must read for anyone interested not only in science but serendipity, fiction and more...
Reply Retweet Like
Claudio Toyama 17h
“Is there anything really holding us back from being the leaders we are meant to be?” Dr. John C. Mather
Reply Retweet Like
Kameron Brook May 17
I had issues with the finale last night. 1.) Why wasn't Sheldon's mom (Laurie Metcalf) at the ceremony? She should've been there! 2.) I'm tired of show's ending a series with a surprise pregnancy. is known for their unique storylines & this was ordinary.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Khurram Jahangir 22h
Had the privilege of seeing the hall in Oslo where the for is given out while attending the
Reply Retweet Like
Dominique O'Rourke May 16
A few weeks ago I brought my 12 yr-old daughter to hear winner Dr. Donna Strickland event. Now we’re watching finale where Amy + Sheldon win the prize and my daughter knows all the fine points of the Nobel in physics!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Harriet Dunbar-Morris PFHEA May 15
Replying to @peetm
Professor Strickland!!!!
Reply Retweet Like
WhatIsBiotechnology May 20
1860: Eduard Buchner born, won 1907 for discovering cell-free fermentation
Reply Retweet Like
Trnslate Scientific May 12
Marie Curie, the first woman to win a , the first person to win 2, and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different fields, couldn't legally attend college, did it illegally, going to what was known as the 'Flying University', a secret organization.
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs.Priss 👸🏽 🖤Show Them Who We Are. 👑 May 16
Reply Retweet Like
ShanghaiEye May 15
Exclusive: Winner Bernard "Ben" Feringa, known for his specialization in molecular motors, shares his experience as one of the very few foreigners with a Chinese . Look out for ShanghaiEye's exclusive interview for more!
Reply Retweet Like