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Science is a web of connected ideas: growing, changing, meshing, untangling. Sarah Webb is sharing that mix of where science intersects with life and ideas.
- RT @JLVernonPhD: This chant for science gave me chills. #standupforscience #AAASmtg https://t.co/OWwedOstYK 5 days ago
- We must know what's in these emails before #pruitt confirmation vote. @SenateGOP @SenateDems thehill.com/policy/energy-… 1 week ago
- RT @nytimes: U.S. officials said Trump campaign aides had repeated contact with senior Russian intelligence officials https://t.co/44zGwOlU… 1 week ago
- RT @nprmusic: "Respect" wasn't a feminist anthem until Aretha Franklin made it one. n.pr/2letUmL https://t.co/9NQ7Np6iCH 1 week ago
- RT @WizardDerouin: We did #invisiblepathogens today. Can't wait to see what we get! @WakeBoysLead @kenanfellows @FlyingScientist https://t.… 1 week ago
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