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Joalda Morancy Aug 2
So it’s time to talk about agriculture in space! How do we accomplish a skill to crucial to our survival to something done in either the depths of space or on another celestial body? Well, I am here to tell you all about space farming in general and how it works. (1/20)
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Nasidoe 🌺 9m
For those that don't know: all my lab colonies had to come home with me because of COVID-19! I've got thousands of ants in my living room...I talked to about that and the research I'm currently doing for Harvard! 🐜
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Sarah MacLean (Bennu Birdy Art) Jul 31
Here's a closer look at my warblers of the US! I'm legit beaming over here. Took nearly two years to finish, what with pausing for new jobs, moves, and pandemics, but I'm so thrilled it's finally come together! Hope you enjoy!
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Amoeba Sisters 22h
Paper cuts are not to be taken lightly.
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Daisy Shu Aug 4
Another day, another BCA 🕺🏼🕺🏼🕺🏼
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Alpha Innovation Studio Aug 4
Our objective in is not to impress or wow. Instead, we seek mutual understanding of the world around us
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Morgan Hoke Aug 5
Dr. Meg Kassebaum and I will be hosting The Penn Museum’s living room lecture tomorrow a 5:30 pm EST on FB live. We’ll be talking about running field projects! To join us just head to the Penn Museum’s fb page.
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Alena Ebeling-Schuld Jul 31
This year, I’m participating in the Project! Each week of 2020, I’ll be researching a different species + sharing my findings with you! I’m a bit behind... but I’m not giving up! For week 20, I chose the SUPER ADORABLE Hawaiian Bobtail Squid!
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Kelly Stanford Aug 3
Following on from the success of my ‘Science of Animal Crossing’ posters, I’m now creating a weekly series of illustrated posters exploring the in-game bugs! Here’s the first lot - so pleased with how these beetles (ESPECIALLY the rainbow stag) turned out! 😊
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Science Bagels 17h
How to best deal with such comments? Suggestion from community!
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Arya Natarajan Aug 3
I recently spent ~2 weeks combing through shark eyeball pics (see below) in order to test new methods; if you have a free moment, I'd love your participation in a study I'm conducting about the final result. No science background necessary!👁️🦈
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Daisy Shu Aug 3
Thank you for the certificate 😊 Love being a peer reviewer for Experimental Eye Research! Keep 'em coming!
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Joalda Morancy Aug 4
Planet fun fact of the day: Did you know that the planet Uranus was discovered in 1781...by accident?? Astronomer William Herschel was out one night mapping the stars when he noticed a faint dot travelling through the sky, and concluded that he had found a comet. (1/2)
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Ghent University Research Aug 3
Insightful piece on the challenges of building a career in by
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SciComm Stories Aug 4
This week, we chat to Director of Human Space Flight Operations for the Unlimited Space Agency, Jon Spooner about science and art in collaboration, being playful with science and how he managed to 'hack himself into space'! Tune in to listen at
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Chembites Aug 3
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Art Aug 2
August is PH's celebration of "Buwan ng mga Wika" and I just want to share this abstract. Source: Brown et al. (2012) Amphibians and Reptiles of Luzon Island (Philippines), VII: Herpetofauna of Ilocos Norte Province, Northern Cordillera Mountain Range
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Alex Thompson Aug 2
I got to do some spontaneous this weekend when I ended up in a conversation about dairy fat with strangers while hiking up Mt. Abe. I shared a bit of research from with a group of strangers debating 1% vs. whole milk, truly embracing my Wisconsin roots.
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Pei Qin Sabrina 16h
Some funky and retro gel imaging while during experiments today 🕺🕶️🥸
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Anne A Madden, Ph.D. Aug 5
Remember, even when you feel alone and powerless, you are the world to a community of living creatures. To them, you are everything. Photo: skin microbes grown on a nutrient-filled Petri plate.
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