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Albinism is a rare genetic disorder that can affect all classes of vertebrates, including humans. About the science… https://t.co/iA7UXiKDme
6/25
2018
Hear how scientist created an underwater GPS method using a camera bioinspired by the eye of the mantis shrimp. Lat… https://t.co/yoSouXlBngAlbinism is a rare genetic disorder that can affect all classes of vertebrates. Carried in a recessive gene, it is… https://t.co/RAnspxfJZKRemembering virologist Dr. Jonas Salk. The first scientist to create a vaccine for polio died #OTD in 1995.… https://t.co/dENH84x0Sr
6/24
2018
Scientists have tracked down the brain chemicals that make killer bees so aggressive: https://t.co/py50rKLalzhttps://t.co/tKyVJTjyjzLatest blog post has suggestions on what to look for if you're stargazing this summer. It including a few meteor sh… https://t.co/E04XgH5aIXHonoring virologist Dr. Jonas Salk, the first scientist to create a vaccine for polio. He passed away #OTD in 1995:… https://t.co/jd5AZqWc3P#DYK graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of graphite? That is 100,000 times thinner than a sheet of paper! Learn mor… https://t.co/rQ2ECsU6I4
6/23
2018
High school STEM teachers: we want to hear what you think about using primary literature in the classroom! Help us… https://t.co/wwMihkV36q
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHear how the mantis shrimp’s ability to see circular polarized light inspired an underwater GPS system. New… https://t.co/z5RYOQFuBCHey teachers! I made something for you. #STEM. https://t.co/lDrew4eZVI
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @ainissaramirez Thanks for sharing, Ainissa! @abanajacobs @Science_Update @aaas @LoreeGBurns @BobHirshon @imascientistUS @scifri @WIREDScience @aaassubaruprizehttps://t.co/T1NVj1bD5k#DYK graphene is the world's thinnest material? A form of carbon, this "miracle material" is a one-atom-thick layer… https://t.co/56PCA1rpwKIt's Summer! The solstice occurred today at 06:07 a.m. EDT. #DYK the #summersolstice is an astronomical moment in t… https://t.co/P9Lx75HNnM
6/22
2018
As the climate warms, snowshoe hares are ditching their white winter coats: https://t.co/5ACXDjzO8Q
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHappy #PollinatorWeek! Check out these books by @LoreeGBurns & Ellen Harasimowicz to celebrate. The Hive Detectives… https://t.co/ssKfz9Y9mv
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @SciFestResource Thanks for retweeting!Happy #CephalopodWeek! Learn how the Hawaiian bobtail squid uses glowing bacteria to hide in plain sight:… https://t.co/k5YGDvUVgB
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @ConnectToTech1 You too! @SciClassroom Thanks for sharing! @ConnectToTech1 Thanks for sharing! @BaileKaren Thanks for retweeting! @JMulhernBiology Thanks for the RT!#FirstDayOfSummer is here! Solstice occurred today at 10:07 UTC (06:07 a.m. EDT). #DYK the #summersolstice is the a… https://t.co/Co0QyxFBA4
6/21
2018
We’re revving up for our #SHRCoalition Symposium on Higher #Education and Human Rights on July 12! We welcome you t… https://t.co/KMREqhuuwX
Retweeted by Science NetLinksIt's official—we're 500 *AND THEN SOME* Queer Scientists! (502, to be precise.) Please share our Contributions link… https://t.co/3IotM78NNb
Retweeted by Science NetLinks12 scientists who were also refugees #WorldRefugeeDay #TogetherScienceCan 🌍👩‍🔬 https://t.co/70zhNPcJbi
Retweeted by Science NetLinksRadio award winner @cagraber shares tips on podcasting and working with co-host @nicolatwilley on their podcast:… https://t.co/8QsS1OBVjV
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHappy #AmericanEagleDay! Celebrate the recovery of the once endangered bald eagle. They were taken off the Endanger… https://t.co/CaIspkfEuDHappy #PollinatorWeek! Despite a common misconception, a chrysalis is not the same thing as a cocoon. What's the di… https://t.co/pPvZV7Z761
6/20
2018
@aprilpsayre thanks for retweeting! @DNLee5 Appreciate the retweet! @DiChristine Thanks for retweeting!Are you a high school #STEM teacher? @SciClassroom would like to hear how you use (or don’t use) research papers in… https://t.co/cUX0Jw4yE9 @LauraMcShaneCLE Thanks for retweeting! @RodriguezAMaria Thanks for the RT!"Each had an individual personality, like humans do." @SyTheAuthor on befriending octopuses:… https://t.co/9skW54NdtK
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @BaileKaren Thanks for retweeting!For #CephalopodWeek! Via @KQEDscience: No hallucinations, just squid skin. #DeepLook video: https://t.co/bp87VfBjgK https://t.co/cKIbTYqh8E @JChrisPires Thanks for the RT! @SciClassroom Thank for retweeting! @MBowmanScience Appreciate all the retweets! @LauraMcShaneCLE Thanks for the RT!It's #PollinatorWeek! #DYK the difference between a chrysalis and a cocoon? Find out: https://t.co/OHwxfdM2oj https://t.co/LL4NGynPitRide became the first American woman in space when she blasted off aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger #OTD in 1983… https://t.co/gPvsiaIM8B
6/19
2018
Happy #PollinatorWeek! Check out this collection of @SciClassroom resources about bees: https://t.co/zLl9RXO5My https://t.co/mr4Pg7dCPdDo you think the Lorax of the sea speaks for the phytoplankton? #CephalopodWeek https://t.co/u9HFYihptX
Retweeted by Science NetLinks.@AAASKavli seeks scientists who will be in the Washington, D.C. area in late August to late September to serve on… https://t.co/OijJhZSKhL
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @Evo_Explorer Thanks for retweeting!Want to learn more about how to teach with primary literature in the #STEM classroom? Apply for @SciClassroom’s wor… https://t.co/eUPZPD8xcQ @SocraticaKids @NewsfromScience Thanks for sharing! @SMSsoarStories Thank you for retweeting! @jgezold Thanks for the RT! @schinji Thank you for retweeting! @LauraMcShaneCLE Thank you for the RT! @LianaBrooks Thanks for the RT! @BaileKaren Thanks for the RT! @bestmanNOLA Thanks for sharing! @mstewartscience Thanks for the RTs! @SelvarajGuru Thanks for retweeting! @MBowmanScience Thanks for the RTs! @Eghfeithrean Thank you for retweeting! @JChrisPires Thanks for retweeting! @ccylevin Thanks for the RT! @SciClassroom Appreciate the retweet! @hiddenherstory Thanks for retweeting!"Lift-off is very exciting! There isn’t really time to be scared, but it’s exhilarating and sometimes overwhelming.… https://t.co/zQbGNvJ8htHelp defeat drought today on World Day to Combat Desertification. Resources: https://t.co/rAyofXppF2 #2018WDCDhttps://t.co/O0PYGU4ofT
6/18
2018
Will you be stargazing this summer? Latest blog post has suggestions on what to look for, including a few meteor sh… https://t.co/hQHo097RLQNon-desert dryland is home to 30% of the world's crops & 1 billion people who are seriously at risk should the land… https://t.co/zAZEZ8pDKVYour spine is a stacked column of 33 separate bones called vertebrae. Each one is separated by a disc of cartilage:… https://t.co/Ebm6O1Ve3v
6/17
2018
What are the ethical issues and moral dilemmas surrounding conservation and de-extinction efforts? Explore them wit… https://t.co/yT83myFdKu#DYK your spine is made up of a stacked column of 33 separate bones called vertebrae? Each one has a hole in it, th… https://t.co/cT8Dmbo1MNAnimals gestate and are born in one of three ways. Can you name them? Learn more and find examples:… https://t.co/9zYmn4eUAR
6/16
2018
What can you see at night this summer? Learn about close-up views of planets, eclipses, meteor showers, and summer… https://t.co/BbL79UtTquHappy #CephalopodWeek! Cephalopods are thriving because they're highly adaptable to changes in their environment.… https://t.co/sbeUHcOeTu"It's like having kids—except my kids are squid!" #CephalopodWeek 2018 starts today! Take a peek behind the scenes… https://t.co/5vtz9wlZ99
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6/15
2018

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