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Katie Mummah Apr 17
Soo.... scientists who write blogs, op-eds, and other forms of , I need your advice! How did you learn to write? Besides just "keep doing it", what resources really helped you gain communication and journalism skills for those of us who only have formal training in STEM?
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Efra Rivera-Serrano, PhD Apr 18
Going to re-share this from almost 2 years ago to remind y’all why we are here. We don’t get paid to promote on social media. We do it because we love science - even when our efforts are often undervalued. So, I am taking time to say THANK YOU to all of you influencers.
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Corina Newsome Apr 20
HOW AM I JUST SEEING THIS?? YESSSS!!!! you are my HERO! On using Hip-Hop for : “[Through] sharing a common cultural lexicon...I am affirming the genius that thrives in the young minds of people from EVERY hood EVERYwhere”
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Dr. Kat Milligan-Myhre Apr 24
Y'all. was sooooo generous with her time. She's writing a thesis, training students on everything squid, and planning a little 10 week (maybe 11?) trip around the US to talk about , and yet she showed me these amazing little squids! She is a force.
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C&EN Apr 24
Replying to @cenmag
#5: Most chemists stick to their own silos on Twitter. If you want to expand your network into other territories, like more or other geographical locations, then you should follow this list of the top silo breakers in each silo:
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ian haydon Apr 17
As someone who loves making slides, it was an honor to make the deck for my boss' TED talk. photo cred: Bret Hartman / TED graphics: Digizyme / PyMOL
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Monica Perez 10h
My friend bringing it back to basics for his PhD proposal. game strong!
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Amoeba Sisters 2h
It's today! Gel electrophoresis can separate fragments by size---which has many applications!
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Scivi.Co 4h
Happy DNA day! that is caught during replications is in blue. The around it is a T7 DNA polymerase          
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cell.academy 15h
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Kelly Stanford Apr 22
First lot of science-themed Pusheen illustrations (astronomer, chemist, geologist and meteorologist)! Going to be making more over the coming weeks. Which STEM fields should I do next? 🔭
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Charlie Evans 16h
Working class kids don't need 'inspiration' to get into . We need funding. We don't lack motivation, we lack money.
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Amoeba Sisters 5h
We're celebrating all day today! Did you know your ENTIRE DNA code can be found in the nuclei of most body cells (however, genes can be "turned on" / "turned off" in different cells).
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Swimming Head Productions 14h
Starfish, sea slugs & feather stars, oh my! It’s time to go rockpooling!! ⭐️🌊🦀 Join us hunting hidden colourful critters, in a episode of One Wild Minute! Youtube link -> 🎥
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Eva Garmendia 11h
Here a big part of the family by the very very end! Thank you all that participated! You make months of work totally worth it 💪🏻 and I hope you learnt a lot and got inspired during these three days. May the world enjoy your communications! 🙌🏻😍
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Thomas Zinnen 3h
I believe this may be an example of what today is dubbed "motivated reasoning." A footnote from Stacy Schiff's "Cleopatra"
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Cara Gormally 1h
We also talked about the emotional part of , especially in telling stories about science
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Amin 12h
He just couldn't resist the temptation 😂 Veiled Chameleon, Chamaeleo calyptratus grabs his dinner 😂
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Lamya Karim 2h
Congrats and for taking home 1st and 2nd place at the 3 Minute Thesis competition !
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Becca Peixotto, PhD 14h
Yesterday, on a STEM panel for undergrads, I made a fail, one which will bug me for a long time. I wasn't able to address it w the student after but I did speak to the teacher so have done what I can to make ammends. Here's what happened: 1/5
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