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Cambridge Sci Fest! 6h
Meet the Beetles! Exhibit features hundreds of specimens from Rockefeller’s collection and recounts the story of a man whose childhood grew into a lifelong passion. Excited to have back for 2019. Call for entries
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Peter Degorski Dec 4
If you know someone in year 10,11,12 who won't shut up about science. Tell them about this Who knows what they will find?
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Juggernaut 11m
Replying to @Kpaxs
Curiosity feeds itself for growth. It's like a nuclear reaction. We just have to stop ignoring it and offering restrictions in the name of discipline.
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duplodude 17h
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Realm DaraVIII Nov 19
Aye my boy just graduated <3 much love no homo
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Byron Dec 9
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Lynn Borton Dec 7
Ever since I learned about Alonso Abugattas' , I've been having fun noticing the natural world around me. Join me on WERA 96.7FM () 12/12 at 10am and you'll see why.
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Thommil Dec 3
This wonderful little piece of metal 😱
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Dan Rockwell Nov 25
Powerful questions: “What makes your job fulfilling?” is better than, “Do you like your job?” “When are you most energized?” is better than, “Are you energized?” Warning: “Why” questions may sound like accusations.
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Juxi Leitner 41m
PhD student Vhiba talking about the why artificial is important for and intelligent agents! RAS seminar
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Lady Noire 14h
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David Farmer Nov 15
Radio is limited to audio, so here's a picture of my face to gaze at while I chat to David Astle () about the importance of in on 774. I'm sorry about the quality of the photo, and sorrier about the quality of the FACE.
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Lynn Borton 7h
"Ah, to have the curious mind of a child!" ~ on the wonders of the natural world, even in the nation's capital. This week 12/12, 10am on WERA 96.7FM, streaming at
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Chris G - NSF Nov 28
A good space-related chuckle. (Apologies. This appeared on my Facebook feed with no author credit. Reverse image Google search didn't reveal a matching image. If anyone knows the author, comment and I'll give attribution).
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Heather N. Baker Dec 7
Day 5 of -- My favorite ed tech is -- so valuable for our classroom and for student as well as catching their for so many musical aspects!! Also love for networking and inspiration.
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TVore.com 3h
Which one?
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Claire ID Dec 8
...Mars Rover sent back some strange video today. What are these black objects hovering in the sky?
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Phineas Gage 19h
"Three Studies for the Portrait of Lucian Freud" by Francis Bacon
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Lisa Cole 2h
Celebrating ! Congratulation Donna Strickland ! Let's make fun for everyone! Creating about the around us and the beyond us!
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Jadwiga Magnuszewska Dec 8
1007 Curiosity is the first step to knowledge, knowledge gives the possibility to control the environment. The question remains: why the creators of the Bible considered curiosity to be a sin
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