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Dr Rachael Tarshes 21h
Some nice resources from for facilitating group interactions
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Tasha Sturm Sep 5
Excited (and nervous!) to be the opening talk on the importance of for the first worldwide online open access course via Twitter about Science and Microbiology starting Oct 2.
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Javiera Rudolph Nov 4
Chatting to a stranger waiting for my shuttle... She asks: so, what are you in school for? Me: I’m getting a PhD in biology She responds: and what are you going to do with that? Me: 🙄🙄 🤔 Seriously need to work on my skills 🤣
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kev Apr 4
A scientific - minded community is a productive society.
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Jessica McMahon Nov 29
We LOVE our reading buddy time with ⁦⁩; two share a great read and discuss habitats!
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Janna Bashar 23 Apr 18
Doing a genetics lecture Wednesday about 'ethics in CRISPR' paired with origin of eugenics in science. Plan to include article about potential success/concerns of tech + biohacking with CRISPR. Any other dimension I could add to the convo?
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Dr. Franz Krah Jul 10
The worst is if the journal page says „individually upload“; you do it and submit and they say „resubmit with 1 supplement file“
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Andrea Acevedo, PhD Oct 19
When you are giving a talk, remember you are a performer! Do not give the back to the public, specially if you are not using a 🎤.
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Dr Fatumina Feb 1
When someone says “scientifically proven” you automatically think it’s true, no do your research and get your facts right. At the very least, ask them to provide you with one peer reviewed paper
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Taylor Dick 15 May 18
“Can a scientist have a balanced life?” Amazing and inspiring talk by Prof Michelle Glass here at Uni Otago in Dunedin, NZ
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mrsreehilPOB Oct 19
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Samira Khan Aug 30
These scientists are serious about their investigation. I notice a relationship between the length of string and the number of swings.
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Tom&Tom 15 Oct 17
Working on the talk for tomorrow! Come along, it's free! Mon 7pm Jones Wine Store, The Brewers Inn, Wandsworth SW18 1BP
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David Manly 17 Oct 17
Spoke about the ethics of cloning and Dolly the Sheep for the past 20 minutes with students
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Jess Apr 1
I had a great question today from our new engineering intern. She is trying to have a "bigger voice" and wanted advice on steps she could take. If you have any comments/suggestions I would love to hear them!
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Mrs Tricia Stowe May 13
Hail! This illustration explains what just happened. Just another example of a convection circle. Updraft updraught...English is such a difficult language
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meh 24 Jan 18
After explaining some exciting results from a recent experiment to my non-scientist social worker wife, she responded, "But do you think it's reproducible?" I damn near almost cried. She's come so far.
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Becky Schnekser 16 Feb 18
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Erin Dunroe 21 Jan 18
When planning a I pause, reflect and choose 1 - 2 discourse moves for myself and my students. Thank you for the awesome resource
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Cody DeBos - Writing 🧙🏻‍♂️ Feb 19
I love science talk. Do you? If so, check out my blog for weekly science talk on issues and topics from health to technology and much, much more. Find it here: http://www.codydeboswriting/blog
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