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Joey Ramp Nov 27
I am really overwhelmed with the love and support you have shown us! Thank you so very much! From me, Sam, and Sydney. โค๏ธโค๏ธ
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K.SR 3h
Angry Ball ๐Ÿ˜ก turned to Cool Ball๐Ÿ˜…
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Michelle McKemey Nov 26
submitted today! 'Developing cross-cultural knowledge (โ€˜right wayโ€™ ) to support cultural management'. Nearly 7 years working with incredible Indigenous partners & amazing supervisors. The future might be ok if we all work together...
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Vin Petrol โœจโ›ฝ๏ธ๐Ÿ’ซ๐ŸŽถ๐Ÿ“๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฆ‹๐ŸŽฅ๐Ÿ“ธ๐Ÿ Nov 27
Are we learning both the & deeper lessons from Covid? I spoke to about some of his great research & findings.. For me.. each of our energies & chemistry is as unique as we are.. enhancing your intuition to learn what works for you is a science of its own..
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr 10h
Yep! Suppressing is a danger to public#health, causing deaths by exposing people to unsafe or ineffective interventions, and preventing them from benefiting from better ones.
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Kathryn Guarini Nov 27
Just watched with my family. What a well done, thought-provoking, and informative documentary about the groundbreaking technology and its nuanced ethical implications. Thank you
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micROCKScopica Nov 26
Some for my webinar on the of under the tomorrow at from top left clockwise Andalusite (Lipari); Tiger's Eye (South Africa); Agate (Brazil)โ€ฆ Granulite (Namibia)
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My Microscopic World Nov 26
Welcome to the microworld! BA310E microscope
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Agiwald Wendl Nov 27
A stone stele to the moon god found at a site called et-Tell, north of the Sea of Galilee, which may have been the ancient capital of the kingdom of Geshur. ๐Ÿ“ทIAA
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NATO Nov 25
What soars up to the stratosphere to send back pictures on the ground? ๐ŸŽˆ High-altitude balloons are the latest eye-in-the-sky technology. Watch our next episode in the NATO series
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Paul Gaskin ๐Ÿ Nov 26
280 characters isn't enough to explain the -Canadian Forest Service's 120+ year commitment to the . The conducted in the boreal region was, is, and will continue to be important to all Canadians. ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐ŸŒณ๐ŸŒฒ
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RCPSG Heritage Nov 26
Today's theme = Ultrasound was developed in Glasgow in the 1950s by Fellow, Ian Donald and Glasgow-born engineer, Tom Brown. This photo shows one of the earliest ultrasound scans to be taken at the western infirmary.
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van der Heijden Lab Nov 27
Just set up a trial in my own garden to test whether inoculation with fungi enhances the survival and quality of grape plants and wine๐Ÿ˜€. Lulu our chicken checked the experimental design and made sure the plots were randomly arranged. is fascinating! MvdH
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Tiverton Primary Sch Nov 26
Pupils in Y3, Frida Kahlo Class, have spent the day searching our school grounds and our Science Garden for micro habitats!
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Melissa Cooper Nov 24
I had a really cool experimental day today. It felt amazing - I had forgotten what that was like amidst COVID shutdowns. Those of you in the same boat, hang in there. Weโ€™re all getting started again and science takes so much time - results will come!
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EllaHubber Nov 24
Replying to @EllaHubber
It's time for TV scientist and real scientist to meet... So so sorry about my American accent.
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Issy Lewis Nov 26
I think for Christmas I need a book case and probably shelves for the papers Iโ€™ve accumulated ๐ŸŽ„
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Ms. Pineau Nov 24
happening here! Ss explore and record Abiotic and Biotic factors found in our schoolyard ecosystem!!
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Michael Hoult Nov 27
Hands on learning for . Doing urine analysis tests in Health Science to diagnose patients. (The fun part of )
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Sue Searle Nov 25
Most interesting talk from from breakfast webinar. โ€œI use my network on a daily basis. You have a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips. You build relationships that last.โ€ Totally agree with this. Brilliant career from to
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