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Play with your food! Hands-on experiments to try in your kitchen. https://t.co/1bD9agzWCb #subaruloveslearninghttps://t.co/EGAMZSdXRTThe chemistry behind better mashed potatoes from @DarioBressanini via @sciencemagazine https://t.co/edhNFCzqxr #ThanksgivingLearn how @AISES is supporting Native American and American Indian students interested in #STEM with classroom prog… https://t.co/YsaSs5Lqcw#DYK wild turkey brothers are friends for life? Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving! https://t.co/eL6rfVqmyChttps://t.co/IZODBnlV1r
11/22
2017
Edison revealed phonograph invention #OTD in 1877. Recorded "Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow."… https://t.co/ikcbLWLOUGTell your Senator about the impact that House #taxreform would have on students studying in critical #STEM fields -… https://t.co/p9No1cJugQ
Retweeted by Science NetLinksOur atmosphere as art! Enjoy this visualization created from NASA data that represents tiny particles such as smoke… https://t.co/AKufTtqYAk
Retweeted by Science NetLinksThe alkali fly has a one-of-a-kind coat that helps it survive one of the world's saltiest lakes: https://t.co/MQLFu0ujr5
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#OTD in 1877, Edison announced invention of the phonograph. First time a voice could be recorded, saved, and played… https://t.co/605ELfehHX
11/21
2017
Happy birthday to #astronomer Edwin Hubble, who proved other #galaxies exist beyond our own, born #OnThisDay, 1889… https://t.co/M8tY0klUtW
Retweeted by Science NetLinksPunctuation in texts helps replace cues found in face-to-face convo https://t.co/LctbHwfZ59 @binghamtonu @EurekAlert #EurekAlertTrending
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#OTD in 1998, the first module of @Space_Station was launched https://t.co/9BuiBH4pzb
Retweeted by Science NetLinksJoin us now on Facebook Live to discuss threats to the Amazon and effective conservation tools: https://t.co/CP4ZSdXa3K
Retweeted by Science NetLinksLearn about the science of food with these hands-on experiments! New lesson based on a book by Andrew Schloss.… https://t.co/lboz01cA7FExtreme Ultraviolet Imager collects wavelengths of light that are invisible to the human eye. This is the sun:… https://t.co/CKw3U7fmQr
11/20
2017
It's #WorldToiletDay! Do you ever think #WhereDoesOurPooGo? Many people remain without basic sanitation.… https://t.co/gS9z0Iez8jYou probably have turkey on the brain this time of year. #DYK there is more than one species? The ocellated turkey:… https://t.co/J3wFDkssCEFor billions of people sanitation systems are either non-existent or ineffective https://t.co/KT0n6JsaCChttps://t.co/btwgh2p038
11/19
2017
#OTD in 2013, @MAVEN2Mars launched. It orbits Mars every 4.6 hours & send communications back to Earth twice a week… https://t.co/tCAbD74AFsScientist developing technology to reduce errors during infectious disease decontamination https://t.co/eKM6AkOTrZhttps://t.co/TijxOP0ZINThis turkey roost in the high branches of trees to avoid jaguars. Meet the ocellated turkey (Meleagris ocellata):… https://t.co/70YCJJKXD9#DYK @MAVEN2Mars launched #OTD in 2013? It orbits #Mars every 4.6 hours in a path about 150,000 km above the surfac… https://t.co/g5VKdQmeu9
11/18
2017
#DYK the lllacme plenipes is the world's leggiest animal? These millipede can have up to 375 pairs of legs!… https://t.co/dI9RXvLHmqAAAS is now accepting applications for the Marion Milligan Mason Award for Women in the Chemical Sciences -… https://t.co/frON0k6PUl
Retweeted by Science NetLinksGot a knack for nicknames? Help NASA & the @NASANewHorizons team nickname the small, frozen world known as "(486958… https://t.co/5VfE64Wx1B
Retweeted by Science NetLinks @AmoebaSisters Thanks for the RT!Meet the colorful ocellated turkey (Meleagris ocellata) of Central America in a new Weird & Wonderful Creatures pos… https://t.co/BQsjVcGrktSleepless Night Leaves Some Brain Cells As Sluggish As You Feel https://t.co/nhUjFEZscs
Retweeted by Science NetLinksThe leggiest animal in the world is a millipede, the lllacme plenipes. Males can have 562 legs & females up to 750!… https://t.co/9v6pOmYqJr
11/17
2017
Join the #GreatAmericanSmokeout! Learn about tobacco, habits, healthy decisions, & addiction:… https://t.co/PR6zXOuzfpHear from Invention Ambassador Jason Kang, co-inventor of @Kinnos' "Highlight" technology https://t.co/NEYMYgiYYB
Retweeted by Science NetLinksWriting systems around the world share some basic structural features. A new study looks to explain why: https://t.co/47kuFYjErQ
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#DYK smoking is linked to 1 in 5 deaths in U.S.? Join the #GASO & raise awareness. #STEM resources:… https://t.co/gAaBEXTE5i
11/16
2017
We are so pleased to announce the 2018 AAAS/Subaru #SBFPrize finalists! Congratulations to all the authors and illu… https://t.co/DYPTXBUBr7
Retweeted by Science NetLinksIt's #AmericaRecyclesDay! Learn about recycling & reusing human-made products because they have lifespans too.… https://t.co/V4hutmyle6Happy #GISDay! If you love maps, you should be celebrating! Think about the ways geographic information systems (GI… https://t.co/BUQnAY30b7Congratulations 2017 winners in international @AAASKavli Science Journalism Awards https://t.co/g0VuhYLxeBhttps://t.co/dBZAZyOTEp
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHappy #AmericaRecyclesDay! Are you recycling everything you can? Learn about reducing waste with these resources:… https://t.co/0sy1eCuKXV
11/15
2017
#DYK 1 in 10 women are living with diabetes? Help raise awareness on #WDD with these resources:… https://t.co/S9112n6q7tWhether it’s crops, forests or phytoplankton blooms in the ocean, our scientists are tracking Earth’s life from spa… https://t.co/8vCFhXbElu
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHear from a scientist who is developing technologies to reduce human error during infectious disease decontaminatio… https://t.co/qPfMXNQMzD.@SBFOnline announces the 2018 AAAS/Subaru #SBFPrize finalists! Congratulations to all the authors and illustrators… https://t.co/UU8DtAQKEFBorn #OnThisDay in 1891, Frederick Banting was a scientist behind one of the most important discoveries of the 20th… https://t.co/cfZqhE21DX
Retweeted by Science NetLinksThe life-saving breakthroughs of tomorrow will be made possible by funding science today. #RaiseTheCaps -… https://t.co/tWRhnsrIQo
Retweeted by Science NetLinksIt's #WorldDiabetesDay. The 2017 theme explores the impact of #diabetes on women. Help raise awareness:… https://t.co/E0AHEFtlx9
11/14
2017
Celebrate "Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility" as part of #aew2017! https://t.co/tuWKdDKtJ4https://t.co/onzdzDJVOdEducators: Mark this year's #GeographyAwarenessWeek by sharing these @ScienceNetLinks tools with your students -… https://t.co/LUiduwuAX0
Retweeted by Science NetLinksA record-setting drone is soaring 5,000 meters into the sky to map the Andes' glaciers: https://t.co/scrfcZimCK https://t.co/ie3ipBZNDt
Retweeted by Science NetLinks.@InventionAMB Jason Kang is developing colorized disinfectants to help protect doctors and patients from infection… https://t.co/vr2Z87M1opCelebrate public education & honor those ensuring that every child receives a quality education:… https://t.co/6Yx0v8X6Uy
11/13
2017
Happy #GeographyAwarenessWeek! Resources to celebrate with your students: https://t.co/0XVznmB5ER @NatGeoEducationhttps://t.co/XhzWPlCKQ9A list of #STEM books perfect for #PictureBookMonth from @SBFOnline: https://t.co/AbilQDObyc #kidlit https://t.co/OKNYhEB5DmExplore invention education & green innovation with your students using our collection of free resources:… https://t.co/f5AGYEuqS6It's #GeographyAwarenessWeek! Celebrate the importance of geo-literacy in your class. https://t.co/0XVznmB5ERhttps://t.co/FEWQi5nNvi
11/12
2017
Bones of Jobaria Tiguidensis were found #OTD in 1997. It was new species of long-necked dino from Cretaceous period… https://t.co/6BIctZhyQaHave you been celebrating #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth? Resources on culture & saving endangered languages: http://… https://t.co/pV5pIlBsGnWondering what trees are in your area? Helpful apps: @projectnoah @PBudBurst @leafsnap @inaturalisthttps://t.co/rKDQnRKfrvFossils of Jobaria tiguidensis were found #OTD in 1997. Dinosaur weighed about 20 tons & grew to 70+ feet in length… https://t.co/qt7q8IqjOa
11/11
2017
Botanist Robert Morison, whose work helped develop the systematic classification of plants, died #OTD in 1683.… https://t.co/v0YqQxnR2FMore great science book recommendations from @SBFOnline to help you celebrate #PictureBookMonth:… https://t.co/rIJig0axrOFollow a field scientist studying animal intelligence with our latest lesson. https://t.co/FpgEUA2spshttps://t.co/IzWNHFVBS9Remembering botanist Robert Morison who died #OTD in 1683. He helped develop the systematic classification of plant… https://t.co/KjERtgMJAX
11/10
2017
Rubies & sapphires are forms of the mineral corundum (aluminum oxide). Rubies get their red from traces of chromium… https://t.co/pdewahG5FTA surfer and a scientist have teamed up to create the perfect wave -- on an artificial lake in California:… https://t.co/EC7gJADqc4
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#HBD Carl Sagan, astronomer, exobiologist, writer, & science communicator whose TV series Cosmos brought the beauty… https://t.co/7vCrC93sXu
Retweeted by Science NetLinksHappy birthday, actress and #inventor of spread-spectrum tech behind WiFi and GPS, Hedy Lamarr, born #OnThisDay in… https://t.co/b1C9Ywju2B
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#DYK rubies & sapphires are forms of the mineral corundum (aluminum oxide)?How trace elements dictate their color:… https://t.co/nVzADCsiBW
11/9
2017
Asteroid 2005 YU55 flew past earth, closer to our planet's surface than the moon, #OTD in 2011. When is the next?… https://t.co/cIogPZPtNiOur next fee free days are November 11-12 in honor of #VeteransDay! Explore the legacies preserved in our parks… https://t.co/3ezhmYvAJk
Retweeted by Science NetLinksSheep recognize faces about as well as humans do: https://t.co/y7rBRDorSQ https://t.co/5voYxt804A
Retweeted by Science NetLinksPhysicist Wilhelm Röntgen made an accidental discovery #OnThisDay in 1895 that changed the world: #XRays 💀… https://t.co/HPVVdZpXR5
Retweeted by Science NetLinks#OTD in 2011, Asteroid 2005 YU55 passed by within 201,700 miles of the earth's surface—closer to us than the moon.… https://t.co/rTgrKe1sma
11/8
2017
#HBD, Marie Curie! Her work as a physicist & chemist led to discovery of polonium & radium. https://t.co/pch65iPTM9https://t.co/fC5ftdr2VmToday would have been #MarieSkłodowskaCurie’s 150th birthday! Here's a look at her revolutionary discoveries:… https://t.co/UcxL9EvVXD
Retweeted by Science NetLinksAfter the dinosaurs went extinct, the difference in our mammalian ancestors' habits was like night and day: https://t.co/qGD6LBylvd
Retweeted by Science NetLinksOn Marie Curie's 150th birthday, an illustrated celebration of trailblazing women in science https://t.co/CNBDnN2A8J https://t.co/dljTMYJ40q
Retweeted by Science NetLinksLegendary scientist Marie Curie was born #OTD in 1867. She was first person to receive 2 Nobel Prizes!… https://t.co/O2ZaKEQ2uk
11/7
2017
#DYK the average color of the universe is beige? It's called "Cosmic Latte." How do we know? Find out:… https://t.co/j72qkXC43kYes, a spider can get stuck in its web. Hear how in our @Science_Update podcast: https://t.co/Dg1L1bElNx https://t.co/hYxxMbSepT
11/6
2017

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