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LSU Department of Biological Sciences 18h
Professor Kyle Harms this spring at one of our high-biodiversity southeastern Louisiana field sites: The Nature Conservancy's Lake Ramsay Preserve. 📸: Eddy Perez
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Jui Lab Jun 16
Experiencing a California classic on the way to
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Titus Seilheimer Jun 17
Not my coast, but still a coast. Rye, New Hampshire.
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Svenja Lohmann 18h
Replying to @svenja_lohmann
New sample holder with additional shielding, new cabling and as a bonus new hair cut for the experimentalist. I guess we’re ready for next week’s experiments. 203/
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Justin Beardsley Jun 14
And for a break from fungi.... learning to fly . Amazingly moustached trainers and great fun
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Carmen Cano Jun 14
Turns out I’m 100% more likely to wear eye protection if it’s comfortable. Happy Friday everyone!
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Jenny Y Sung Jun 17
at Bukit Timah, Singapore by collecting environmental light information. Meet today's team! We made some stalk-eyed fly, salticid (Pancorius), and butterfly (Eooxylides tharis) friends along the way!
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FLOWer Lab 🇵🇹 🌻 🐝 🧬 Jun 15
Farewell Ghent! The newest member of , Maria Flor, has survived to her first full conference!
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Sateja Paradkar Jun 10
Dandiya+Garba last night with . Got stepped on, hit with dandiya sticks, but still smiling after 6 miles of dancing!
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American Scientist 15h
Break down those cold, distant stereotypes about scientists with more selfies, writes (with for ) (Pic. courtesy of )
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Kirsty Wan 🔬 Jun 17
Look who’s visiting today! With (not my idea)
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Krishana Sankar 🇬🇾🇨🇦 9h
Both me. I love to get dressed up & I love to work out. You'll find me in different outfits doing different things. Regardless, I'm !
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UC Science Jun 12
Breaking down stereotypes with - a fantastic study in perception and trust 🤩
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Kit Prendergast Jun 17
I think are good for changing stereotypes for younger generations, but I've had old farts call me a media tart too. You can't win as a :s : Using selfies to challenge public stereotypes of scientists
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Nabil Faruk Jun 9
Ice cream chilling at Protein Folding Consortium meeting 2019. Lots of great science and good company.
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Kathleen Farley, Msc Jun 17
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Lee Constable Jun 17
Stroked to be getting all up in the glass recycling process!! 😂💙👷‍♀️ Here is a series of excited high viz selfies! 🤳♻️ @ Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Christiane Attig Jun 11
...and add filters to make them appear even less scientific.
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Bio-Protection NZ Jun 11
This is fascinating - and from a comms perspective makes total sense. Time for more
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TK Jun 9
Replying to @therainbowbee
And I managed to take a selfie to update my profile pic.
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