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FOUNDING FAMILIES 3h
Keep Up with Recent 3+ S.California
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Luis Dominguez 12h
Mars 2020 Team Photo! Still one more year till we light the rocket but it's creeping closer.
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noninertial Jul 13
I think I saw a alum on . I went to a Grand Canyon hike with him in spring break of 2016, so it has been 3.5 years since I last saw him. Though we were on the same train, I did not talk to him, but I should have. I really need to be a better 'networker.'
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Jorge Colón Jul 19
I’ll miss you Manny! The photo is from the last time we served together in the Ford Foundation Fellowship Review Panel. RIP my friend.
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USC Cognitive and Psychiatric Neuromodulation Lab Jul 19
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Abrasax4 Jul 15
Replying to @elonmusk
Turtles on Mars 🚀
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Arash Kheradvar Jul 17
I have always been impressed by Leonardo's intuition and creativity. Check this new article in Nature: Leonardo da Vinci’s laboratory: studies in flow . The vortex visualized by PIV was my first project done with at in summer of 2002.
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Robert Corn Jul 18
In 1988, Prof. Manny Soriaga kindly asked me to write a paper for this book he was editing. It was my first publication as an Asst Prof. Thank you Manny for your friendship throughout our scientific careers.
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manzanares Jul 14
Amgen Scholars ready for Thousand Oaks
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Kenny Uong Jul 12
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dutchsinse Jul 15
Dutch Caltech jig ! hahahahah got my new threads in.. flossin' hard!
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Project Scientist Jul 19
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Carolynn Vanderslice Jul 16
Wooo ! ...but why no beaver emoji🤔
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Riley Galton Jul 18
Hey can we get this cleaned up now? landscaper applied ‘probable carcinogen’ in graduate housing complex, playground
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CalTech 16h
We are looking for humble, driven, and smart people to join our growing team!
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Profile Books Jul 16
'It all makes, as concedes, “a messy history”, and is necessarily quite a messy book, caught between what he calls two “contrasting realities”.' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from
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Alien Merchant Jul 17
"Three letters written by are up for auction, and they offer an intriguing view of his thoughts on
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Project Scientist Jul 15
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Project Scientist Jul 11
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Paul Dergarabedian 10h
My father, a rocket scientist was Pres. of the American Astronautical Society (AAS) during . is an American hero. 50 years ago we watched the moon landing, one of the greatest moments in human history.
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