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Sarah MacLean (Bennu Birdy Art) Jul 31
Here's a closer look at my warblers of the US! I'm legit beaming over here. Took nearly two years to finish, what with pausing for new jobs, moves, and pandemics, but I'm so thrilled it's finally come together! Hope you enjoy!
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A Tiny World (Julie Laurin) Aug 3
So, let's start a list: if you're game to be interviewed on podcasts, say "yay" and tell me what your specialty/expertise is.
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Kelly Stanford Aug 3
Following on from the success of my ‘Science of Animal Crossing’ posters, I’m now creating a weekly series of illustrated posters exploring the in-game bugs! Here’s the first lot - so pleased with how these beetles (ESPECIALLY the rainbow stag) turned out! 😊
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Global Plant Council Aug 3
Making your plant science understandable. Tips and Tools for writing your blog posts
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Daisy Shu 23h
Another day, another BCA 🕺🏼🕺🏼🕺🏼
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Chembites Aug 3
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Ghent University Research Aug 3
Insightful piece on the challenges of building a career in by
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Charlotte Hacker 57m
Fun fact: I had an art school stint. So often we as scientists have creative sides that don't always get nourished. Thankful for providing me with outlets to get back into graphic design & .
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Sophie Morgani Aug 3
Inspired by beautiful website (TY!) I decided to make my own. Even for a technophobe like myself, it was simple & I would recommend it for those interested in & developing new skills (1/2):
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Joalda Morancy Aug 2
So it’s time to talk about agriculture in space! How do we accomplish a skill to crucial to our survival to something done in either the depths of space or on another celestial body? Well, I am here to tell you all about space farming in general and how it works. (1/20)
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Anna Ahveninen Aug 3
My cat thinks he's in now
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Megan Ranney MD MPH 🇺🇲 Aug 2
25% of Americans think that conspiracy theories about 's origin are definitely or probably true. Friends, we have some serious work to do.
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ImmunoBites Aug 3
To promote for all, we're introducing a new segment called "Explain Your Science"! We'll ask scientists to explain their research so people from many different backgrounds can understand it. First up is one of our co-founders, Kimberly Hagel, a PhD candidate at Harvard:
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Schmidt Ocean Aug 3
! Science Communications Internship details+application: Program aims to provide educational+practical support to graduate students studying marine science, communications, journalism, or related field. Apply by Aug 14
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Sam Perrin Aug 4
Anyone in , climate science, or just interested in the disconnect between non-science and science folk should go and read Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver now. Just drop whatever you're reading and get stuck in. 1/5
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Neurofourier Aug 4
Kind of want a new video intro screen for the stream... anyone have recommendation on folks who do amazing rendering? I need it to reflect my shift to more topics.
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Pedromics Aug 3
Communicating science
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Anne A Madden, Ph.D. 7h
Remember, even when you feel alone and powerless, you are the world to a community of living creatures. To them, you are everything. Photo: skin microbes grown on a nutrient-filled Petri plate.
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Arya Natarajan Aug 3
I recently spent ~2 weeks combing through shark eyeball pics (see below) in order to test new methods; if you have a free moment, I'd love your participation in a study I'm conducting about the final result. No science background necessary!👁️🦈
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Jessica Kaufman Aug 1
The current COVID vaccine narrative of speed + relentless positivity (no side effects! 99% effective!) + preemptive shaming of people with concerns is setting up unrealistic expectations and broken trust. We need a plan that starts by asking people their q's
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