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Gemma Steele @ #NLS9 14h
Is everyone having an eggcellent break so far? 🐣 from AJ North's ‘Descriptive catalogue of the nests & eggs of birds found breeding in Australia and Tasmania’ (1889) copy digitised for by -
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Rafael J Yáñez-Muñoz 58m
Last 14 April I made it to 600 followers, many thanks for your support. Feedback always welcome, apologies about rants but I do think is the biggest decision to be made in my lifetime. Hopefully we will soon go back to only and occasional .👨‍🔬👨‍🎓
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Lee Angold 16h
I took a trip to with USK Waterloo Region the other week - another chance for more pages in my
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Fuse Consulting Ltd. 20h
This is for the birds! our feathered friends have different toe arrangements, called 'dactyly'? The type of dactyly often helps birds to adapt to a specific habitat or lifestyle.
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Kelly Stanford Apr 18
Drew a realistic Tiger Moth. I wanted to show the moth from a side-on perspective so the face and quirky details would be more visible. Who knew they had wacky hairstyles and puppy dog eyes? 😊
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Sam Illingworth Apr 18
A new , inspired by research published in , which has found that some sparrow species will likely go extinct within the century due to : (Photo Credit: Bill Hubick)
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Brian Cutting Apr 18
Today’s showery weather has turned ⁦the bee testing tunnel into a surrealist landscape! With ⁦
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Historical SciArt Apr 17
It's ! , affectionately known by some as , are important to ecosystems for pollination or insect control. Explore more found in in my gallery of images: --
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Jane Lubchenco Apr 18
So lovely; so intricate. I can't imagine the patience & skill it took to create this masterpiece, but I can marvel at & enjoy this gorgeous Kirie Octopus Cut From a Single Piece of Paper by Masayo Fukuda via
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Olivia H. Wilkins 23h
A batch of pins ready for shipment! Off to 4 countries, 9 states, and Washington, D.C. Thanks to everyone who has supported my ; I can't wait to share it with you! 👩‍🚀
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Paᵣₜᵢcᵤₗₑᵣa 8h
" ... Math ... Is ... Art ... Is ... Math ... Is ... Art ... Is ... " ⚀Tessellation ⚁Fractal ⚂Hypercube ⚃Polyhedron ⚄Bezier Curve ⚅Fibonacci Sequence Awesome mathematical posters by/© Cultivate Vision.
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Lori Fenton Apr 17
PSA: Please credit folks who have made . (I've been guilty of failing at this but have learned better over the last few years.) They work hard to share science with the world, and often do so unpaid. The least we can do is say who they are when we share their work.
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Amoeba Sisters Apr 11
I bet the barista wishes there was a way to...speed up this transaction.
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Dr Liz Tunbridge Apr 10
Replying to @fMRI_guy
Hi 👋 I study the brain mechanisms linking genes and mental health conditions. I'm currently busy characterising calcium channels in human brain using nanopore sequencing. Tweets are a miscellany of science, and the general weirdness inside my brain. Occasionally sweary.
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Dog Star Designs Apr 13
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Greg Dunn Apr 17
Releasing the print Blood Brain Barrier today! Responsible for keeping all the nasties out of your most precious possession, your MIND. What's not to love?
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Andrea Hart Apr 17
Pteropus sp., flying fox aka "Flasher " (as we affectionately call him in ). From the Hayes/Hardwicke Collection, c.1832
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Michèle Bobyn 24h
Love this! One of my favourites from the recent show
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Aishwarya Apr 19
Captured my first FLIM microscope image yesterday and every time I look at it, I feel so proud and happy. Should I frame it? Any other ideas to transform it to a memory?
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Doc Rocket🌹 Apr 17
Vintage science books are such a delightful visual treat - especially mid-century ones! I often research & browse through cover art and illustrations from the 1950s & 60s for inspiration. Here are a few recent finds for your viewing pleasure.
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