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Tim O'Reilly Jul 13
"Short term desire is addiction. Long term desire is purpose."
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Katie Mack Jul 14
Good morning from me and this FOSSILIZED WOOLY MAMMOTH TOOTH (thx !)
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Tim O'Reilly Jul 13
78% of US universities are struggling because of demographic declines (i.e. fewer young people.) Many are failing. (They are the canary in the coal mine for our economic future without higher immigration or birth rates.)
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Gwen Pearson Jul 16
I gave a bunch of stickers and magnets away at featuring this invasive insect; I forgot to mention it likes hops. INVASIVE INSECTS ARE COMING FOR YOUR BEER
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Ben Fry Jul 14
TIL that tectonic plates move at roughly the rate that fingernails grow. Or as our host put it, “every time you cut your nails, we're one step closer to an earthquake.”
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chrislintott Jul 13
Automated vehicles should be programmed to preferentially hit people who pose trolley problems
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Ben Laurie Jul 14
Exoplanets plus Kepler at .
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Jordan Harrod Jul 14
I’ve seen a lot of advice directed towards people of color to make it known that they’d like to be nominated for awards. So, now that 2019 is over, I’d just like to throw it out there that it would be cool if someone nominated me and/or other diverse scientists!
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Tim O'Reilly Jul 13
These two trucks are the same model and same year. Great image from a talk on aging from
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stefania milan Jul 13
decolonizing science >>
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Tim O'Reilly Jul 13
We are getting closer and closer to the Star Trek tricorder. shows off a handheld ultrasound machine that costs under $2000 at . Game changing technology gets an ovation!
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stefania milan Jul 14
NOW ON at : Lomax room, "Big Data from the SouthS": join us if you are curious about different epistemologies of datafication and surveillance!
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zeynep tufekci Jul 12
In CA for my first ! (Well, any kind of Foo—never attended one). A conference full of scientists from a variety of fields sounded pretty good, so here we go!
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Cat Allman Jul 14
dear campers, thank you SO much for coming! I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did!
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Tim O'Reilly Jul 13
Progress in cellular agriculture (lab grown food). Here's the history of the lab grown burger.
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Kevin Govender Jul 14
Closing remark in the Africa session at : There is a lot that Africa can bring to the world, and a lot that the world can bring to Africa - but we should ensure there is balance between the two.
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Nevada Sanchez 🦋 Jul 13
Having a great time at !
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Dr. Laura Boykin Jul 14
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Kate Devlin Jul 14
Final announcement of the conference: “a speaker has left a bottle of lubricant here.” For once it wasn’t me.
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Dr. Robin  Nelson Jul 14
Currently scheming up a trip to the UK. I’ve got new friends to visit
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