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Sehoya Cotner Apr 6
I'm sure making the place of recent quarantine into our zoom backgrounds is toooooootally normal. One Bolivian, , is left with . This would be day 21, I think (?).
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Sehoya Cotner Apr 17
A multi-author summary (trust me, scroll down...the byline is confusing) of some of the take-away messages from International scientists need better support during global emergencies via
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Brian J. Enquist May 5
Science progresses best when it is collaborative *and* international. But exposed many weaknesses in international science resiliency in the time of calamity. Important commentary for how we can continue by etal.
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Ragnhild Gya Mar 24
Want to get an insight on our experience with the boarder shut downs from the other side of the world? 🌎 Great blog post by ! I am so happy to share those nervwracking hours with you, and 🥰🙏🏻
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Maria Elisa Pierfederici Mar 22
Great job to all of us and a special thanks to our fantastic group leader ! Let's bring ahead this collaboration! #FunctionalTraits#PFTC5#SruckInPeru
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William Johnson Mar 22
Hope for ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁩and all . US and others next? British tourists stuck in Peru to be rescued next week
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Prof. Vigdis Vandvik Mar 29
- congrats with setting up your own personal lab! Hey: You should collaborate with who is in quarantine with a complete !
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Prof. Vigdis Vandvik Mar 26
Replying to @TanyaS_08 @PFTCourses
Meanwhile, morning meetings continue. I am so impressed by the resilience and spirits of this bunch!!
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Kristine Birkeli Mar 25
Trying really hard to not lose my mind living tiny by walking in the rain 🌧 (and yes, that is my whole living space +a toilet to the right)
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Natalia Quinteros Mar 22
Wonderful effort of all participants of the . I feel very lucky to work and live with all this amazing group of scientist during the making possible to do
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Laura Jessup Mar 25
Day 10: 1st thought when being woken up at 4am? Somebody on the outside sick or dead. 2nd thought: police are shutting down the hotel. What actually happened: the embassy is giving a lead time on flights out of only a couple hours
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Sean Michaletz Mar 25
Packing field gear w/ , , & Josef Garen in hopes of a flight home. We can bring dozens of gear cases despite strict luggage limits by distributing across many people!
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Brian J. Enquist Mar 19
Day 4 of - view from locked hotel. They are taking the quarantine seriously here. Absolutely no one out unless to visit grocery store or pharmacy. Inside science continues and I will wear my Scandinavian Happy Socks from
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Kristine Birkeli May 6
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Jonathan von Oppen Mar 24
New blog post about my recent experience during in Peru, the trip back to Europe & leaving the group that is currently still :
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Ragnhild Gya Mar 31
My is officially over after traveling back from Peru two weeks ago. (I still can't believe it has been two weeks! 😲) Not that my life will change much..., still , still , still , still . 🏠💻🤸🏻‍♀️
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Jonathan von Oppen Mar 18
Safe&sound back in Denmark after having to leave . Grateful for all the support from colleagues , & , but going back to work is difficult while thinking of people stuck in Peru. Keep the spirit up!
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Sean Michaletz Mar 25
Thank you for the Kinder Joy! It was very thoughtful of you and I got a "cute bookmark"! It's funny how the simplest things can mean so much in times like these!
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Sehoya Cotner May 5
Excited about the latest paper on inclusive STEM. Spearheaded by two amazing undergrads! --this is the work I discussed during our workshop
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Ragnhild Gya Mar 23
Replying to @LauraSeesPlants
Happy birthday Laura! I am so happy to see how you guys keep the mood up, and take great care of each other. Hopefully you can spend your actual birthday back home!
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