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KevC 1m
It's so this time let's have a look at one of the crucial parts of my FACSAria Fusion Flow Cytometer, the stream. On the 100um nozzle, 30,000 droplets are created every second to carry the cells so they can then be sorted
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Fairy Stats Mother 7h
I’m a big girl scientist now! It’s officially Rachel Larson: of
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World Economic Forum 16h
Offering hope for a cure for diseases like Alzheimer's. 📕 Read more:
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Brian Dunning 16h
Save money at the pump by buying gas on Monday/Tuesday, and never on Friday or the weekend.
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Latham Haigh 13h
It has been an absolute pleasure to do some outreach at Beeston primary school this week! Seeing the kids get excited about and has made all the planning worth it 👩‍🔬! Time to put the whoosh bottle and elephant's toothpaste away for another year.
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Ella Madison 6h
Most galaxies are spiral or elliptical galaxies, but not this one. Known as the Antennae Galaxies, they are a pair of colliding galaxies in the Corvus constellation currently in a starburst phase, in which rapid star formation takes place.
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Brient C.W. Hess 45s
Did the Harvard Prayer Study control for who said SMIB after each prayer? No.
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Sadie Thompson 14h
While in Puerto Rico for Spring Break I got to see mangroves!! Mangroves help to reduce costal land erosion and serve as a nursery for many juvenile fish!
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Aniox 🇮🇹 16m
"RT oceana: For the coconut octopus, home is always just an arms reach away. "
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I Teach Boys 12h
The last set of revision notes to share are from KS3, we loosely follow the Activate SOW for yr 7 & 8, but don't use textbooks anymore, so it works well to provide boys with these notes to supplement their own! They're all on my drive!
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Reg Saddler 5h
Octopuses are extremely intelligent invertebrates and renowned escape artists.
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Fredrick Lee 15h
“If you build it, they will come.” - I’m assuming this saying was in reference to the bacterial mutants that will arise in a well-designed mutant screen. Disregard the shadows and my awful photography skills. 🤷🏽‍♂️🤗🍻
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