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Chris Jun 17
My office is looking for a person - please RT! Applications will be accepted for the next 7 days, so don't wait. Come work with me in sunny Florida!
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Amy Cheu Jun 13
Opinion: I really dislike the proposed new “conference posters”. From a view, I think it’s ineffective. From a graphic design perspective, it’s incredibly ugly. Posters are supposed to be conversation starters, nothing to talk about when there’s nothing on the poster.
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Digital Science Jun 17
We’re really excited to launch our competition! Share your best tales of failure and research reality with us in words or pictures to be in with a chance of winning a year’s subscription to and so much more! Get involved:
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Sol Milne 10m
This is a Menggaris Tree (Koompassia excelsa), they rarely get logged because their wood contains silica, which tends to blunt . They usually have big beehives too, & the 'Tualang' honey is prized because it grows way above the canopy & tastes clean.
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Jon Copley Jun 14
Knowing your audience is ofc key for ; & according to Twitter Analytics, the top interest of most of you is "dogs" (followed by science)... ...so I'll deliver some doggos of Iceland alongside our science of :)
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ComSciCon RMWest Jun 17
takes many forms. Well done, Alison!
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Shannon Amy Jenkins 24h
Hey, ! As a newbie to twitter, I'm still struggling to figure out what to post. What are your tips for those just starting out? Whose profiles inspire your own tweets? Who do you think does twitter "well"?
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Sara Iacozza 20s
Such a powerful, sad truth and a reason to get more training to be able to break the barriers
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interviews with invertebrates 29m
🚨New comic: Father's Day isn't just for humans. Wishing all the great invertebrate dads out there a belated Happy Father's Day too! Learn more about sea spider dads in today's comic
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Kelly Stanford 23m
I was commissioned earlier this year by the University of Hull to make the graphic design and card illustrations for their educational flood defence and climate change themed card game - Resilience! Here’s a few of my favourites from the project! 😊
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Andy Boyce 👨‍🔬🐦 Jun 11
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David A. Steen, Ph.D. Jun 18
We spend a lot of time preparing ’ers for dealing with random trolls and very little time preparing them for vitriol and condescension from colleagues.
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Jacek Matysiak 🦛 Jun 16
Trying out a slightly different and more painty approach for today's . Here comes the colorful .
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Dr Liz Franklin 1h
I have a school group with me today in the . They will be using their newly learnt radio tracking skills to find my tagged cuddly bees!
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Miriam Hurley 7h
Leeds city centre are taking science communication to a whole new level this morning
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Dr. Wendy Bohon Jun 14
I’m always telling scientists that it’s important to talk to the media so we can get good science & a diverse set of voices into the public sphere. Today I’m going to put my 💵 where my mouth is-I’m going to live tweet filming a kids show on Follow along!
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Jenny Howard Jun 17
Starting my at National Geographic today!! Summer full of here we goooooo!!
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BakalLabICR - Cancer biology research 20m
cell in 3D invading a collagen matrix - a model for tissues in the body. Imaged by lattice microscopy. A-w-e-s-o-m-e.
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Mischa Olson 11h
Looking forward to this talk next week! Come learn about organisms with multiple sets of chromosomes, and African giant pouched rats!
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I just love the openess of community: experiments with arts-based methods for - translating boring, exclusive research results into exciting inclusive interactions 🎆
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