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Jen Heemstra Sep 17
Why do we work hard to make science engaging and fun when talking to the public, yet we think it has to be serious when talking to other scientists? Don’t we all enjoy engaging presentations? Science does not stop being valid just because we make it fun.
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Gabi Serrato Marks Sep 16
hello I am here with a hot take: your is not inclusive if disabled people can't access it. captions, transcripts, and image descriptions are required, not just nice to have. if you're hosting an in-person event, give info about the accessibility up front.
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Ciara Hovis Sep 17
My government biologist father has to ask me for PDFs of papers because he can't get through the paywall. He is one of those 'decision makers' we often point to as part of our 'broader impacts' yet he has no access to them. This is a problem.
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Dr. Jessica F. Hebert 🔜 East Coast Tour! Sep 15
After almost an hour of excellent with a panel of amazing female scientists, an audience member referred to us as "girls." "Women and doctors," he was corrected. He waved a hand. I mean this sincerely, sir: GET FUCKED. We're the revolution.
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Melissa Cristina Márquez Sep 14
A new claim to fame: went to a porn-themed bar last night in Sydney (new to me lol) and apparently ruined the bartender’s childhood by telling him how awful dolphins actually are. He GOOGLED IT bc he didn’t believe me. Got a free shot out of it so 🤷🏻‍♀️ everywhere w me 😂
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Reyhaneh Maktoufi 🌟 Sep 16
I jokingly started this Pissed Ladies of series and it’s starting to feel like a fun project that I might keep doing 😂 yay or nay? Who else would you suggest I add to the list?
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Yara Haridy Sep 18
FOSSIL EDITION! The game where I show you a 💀 and you guess the animal. There will be hints, more pictures and a thread later! If you can’t be right, at least be funny! If you are a paleodork and this is too easy, RT and get others to play
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Dr Kathleen Bachynski Sep 12
Today I found myself telling my students that my two big messages at this moment are: 1) Don’t hit your head over and over & 2) Don’t put oil into your lungs. It sounds so simple, and yet the message seems worth repeating!
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Lisa Buckley, PhD 🦃🐾🐾 Sep 13
Do you like iridescent green-blue and eating lots of grasshoppers? Yellow-billed Magpies do! Yellow-billed Magpies are ONLY found in central & western California in open oak woodlands, eating insects in the summer and acorns and carrion in the fall/winter!
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Amoeba Sisters Sep 16
Some prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell comparisons...in a GIF!
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artibiotics Sep 17
Time lapse painting for a research paper. You invest a lot of life into each illustration, but then they can live on to help many more people... I feel very lucky to be able to share medicine with art!
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SCONC Sep 11
Replying to @SarahMackAttack
10 Commandments of 1. Entertain before you educate 2. NO JARGON 3. Practice! 4. Design events as activities 5. Be inclusive 6. Think outside your bubble 7. Include stories 8. Show your personality 9. Meet people where they are 10. The perfect is the enemy of the good
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Sarah McAnulty, Ph.D. 12h
I just signed the paperwork to be an Assistant Research Professor ! I won't have my own lab or teach because I'm taking 1-2 yrs to make Skype a Scientist a strong, sustainable program, but I'll stay associated w/the dept. & continue making UConn a hub for !
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Kelly Stanford Sep 16
Looking forward to starting my research masters this week at the University of Hull! I’ll be researching geoscience, board games, and new methods of - all in one! (Oh, and I have a shiny new studio apartment... so that’s a bonus!)😊🎲🎉
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Tom McLean Sep 16
Another bit of Monday morning photography!
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Dr. Paige Jarreau Sep 12
So my secret project that involves scientists, and in a social, gamified mobile platform is taking form. I'm looking for science artists who'd be willing to experiment with something super fresh. Any takers? Please ping me and RT. <3
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Pierre Markuse Sep 17
🔴 New blog post: "Looking at Wildfires (and more…) – An Introduction" ➡️ with a basic introduction into wildfires🔥 as well as some tips on how to process satellite🛰️ images
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Beth Linas, PhD, MHS 👩‍🔬👩‍💻 Sep 18
I’ve been thinking A LOT about the “power of twitter” as I’ve had a number of positive experiences as a result of my here. This has lead me to wonder how/ if folks correlate their confidence in tweeting with their number of followers? Thoughts?
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Dr Sam Rowe Sep 17
To celebrate reaching 2000 followers I’d love to amplify others in research + STEMM + 😁🎉 If you have fewer followers than me then reply with an intro (e.g. pic, research project, hobbies) & I’ll RT! Any extra RTs greatly appreciated 👍
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David A. Steen, Ph.D. 21h
My first book is finally out! Secrets of Snakes is 29 chapters of the most common snake myths & misconceptions (based on what I’ve learned from you) plus 100+ photos & original art! It’s the culmination of a decade of ; I'm excited for you to see:
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