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Camilo López Aguirre Dec 3
Ok people, the current hype in around research in and in , albeit deserving, it's a clear example of how scientific discovery is colonised and monopolised. We need to have an awkward conversation 1/n
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TwistedDoodles 6h
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Bunsen and Beaker Dec 3
IM HELPING TEACH THE KIDS SCIENCE TODAY! BOHR MODELS (fake news) and ENTHALPY (I know about energy)
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Camilo López Aguirre Dec 3
Replying to @cernestola
As a Colombian expat in , I was always surprised with how places like Chiribiquete were pretty much unknown overseas, considering their scientific, cultural and biological value, and that almost any Colombian has heard about them 2/n
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Dave S. Dec 3
First Visualisations of my concept: The Crew cabin and corner. In total made for 15 crewmembers. hope you like it. Share and like if you wanna see more. 🚀
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jasonsulli 17h
I just remembered my hotdog cocktail balls experiment and it’s time to get back to the prototype phase. Pictured: phase 1 and phase 2
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Nertil U. Qatja 3m
Scientists found out the exact time of the formation of the solar system
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Bunsen and Beaker 18h
I’M LISTENING TO THE KIDS TELL ME ABOUT CHEMISTRY. THEY SO SMART.
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B•M•S 6th Grade 1h
Crystalline vs Amorphous Solids Smash
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Aultmore Park Primary & LCR 14m
Class 3 have been learning about star constellations as part of their IDL focussing on space🌟
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Woodcock Hill School 14m
A representation of the planets sizes in comparison to each other. Look how tiny Mercury is! Another interesting session from Year 5 science.
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𝐑𝐨𝐱𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞☆𝐑𝐨𝐲𝐚𝐥♕ Dec 2
☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️ They are playing with us. Thousands of people committed suicide due to the effects of this compliancy driven lie
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Trushar Patel 13m
'Each author wishes the others had contributed more.' 😉
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Sampson the Service Dog Dec 2
I ❤️this community! Thanks to YOU we managed to raise $725.00 which will be matched by FB we hope 100% = $1450! AND ~$200 during the Black Friday weekend for Even being in the Twitter pound! This all goes to helping disabled scientists w/ funding!
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International Society of Exposure Science 4m
UPCOMING ISES WEBINAR WITH TIM DYE-Certified Consulting Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society! Join us December 8th from 1:00PM - 2:00pm (CT). Register here:
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Britannia PR 10h
Scales of a butterfly wing beneath a microscope via welcomet0nature
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Christopher Hein Dec 1
Drafting recommendations for improved incorporation of principles of diversity, equity, & inclusion into existing courses, with & Eric Hilton. We would love to hear from you - What have you tried? What worked well? Or not? What are we missing?
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Ms. Kenny Dec 1
It’s December! Mixing science and the Christmas spirit! We joined Ms. Hickey’s class and watched the Grinch’s heart grow!
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Alternative NOAA 10h
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\W/endy 1h
Replying to @AnthonySabatini
And hospitalizations. And deaths. Both of which are what happens when there are more cases. (It’s called ). But do go on.
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