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The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
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The Royal Society 10h
Ludwig Boltzmann, an Austrian physicist & one of the founders of statistical mechanics, was born in 1844
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The Royal Society 11h
“Everybody knows somewhere in their understanding that curiosity is what makes us human. Faraday had the curiosity & the determination to understand the answers, & he didn’t always know where it was going to lead him.” Dame Julia Higgins
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The Royal Society 12h
Scientists have studied more than 200 million Twitter messages to unravel the mystery of how language evolves & spreads
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The Royal Society 13h
We're now live streaming our Michael Faraday Prize Lecture 2017 w/
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The Royal Society 14h
Experience in preserving & presenting archives? We're hiring an Archivist (Modern Collections). Deadline Friday
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The Royal Society 14h
“What is marvellous about the Origin of Species is that anybody can read any page & it makes sense to them. It’s not full of jargon, it’s full of argument & observation. Another reason why I admire him so much,” Sir David Attenborough
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The Royal Society 15h
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Omar Regalado Fernandez is a Mexican biologist studying the early evolution of Sauropodomorph dinosaurs
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Roger Highfield 16h
Instinct, intuition and mathematics: the divine genius of Srinivasa - fascinating discussion with Nobelist Venki Ramakrishnan and for , supported by
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The Royal Society 15h
Our partnership grants scheme is open - up to 3k grants for an investigative project in your school or college
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Jim Harris Feb 19
WOW! WHEN YOU LOOK AT Big Data, Google's DWARFS All Others! Both Awe Engendering & Frightening At The Same Time! This is why artificial intelligence and big data analytics will only continue to grow in importance for corporations
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Science for Progress - Science Advocacy Feb 19
People of Science with - Sir David Attenborough talks about his admiration for Charles Darwin, featured by The
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Objectivity 17h
NEW VIDEO - we look at some more incredible engineering feats with at the --- 🔧
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The Royal Society 16h
Ludwig Boltzmann, an Austrian physicist & one of the founders of statistical mechanics, was born in 1844
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The Royal Society 17h
Researchers have found genetically identical clonal ants show surprising diversity in their attraction to sweetness
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The Royal Society 18h
Take a tour through the history of ozone science with Professor Susan Solomon. Join us for our free Bakerian Prize Lecture on 8 March
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The Royal Society 19h
Join Professor Mark Miodownik () tonight 6.30pm for the Michael Faraday Prize Lecture 2017
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Julie E Russell Feb 19
Fleming & Florey both contributed bacterial strains to the National Collection of Type Cultures. Their strains are used by today's microbiologists & have whole genome sequence data freely available for generations to come
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Jane Lubchenco Feb 19
Come one, come all:
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The Royal Society 20h
Why does Earth have plate tectonics? Join us to discuss the development of plate tectonics over the last 4 billion years
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The Royal Society 21h
International researcher looking to develop research & collaborations w/ UK? Up to 37k (per year) grant
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