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National Geographic
@NatGeo
This level of cuteness comes by rarely in life.
22 Oct, 06:00 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
On Aug 17, @NASAFermi detected the high-energy light from 2 stars smashing. Then came the email saying "WAKE UP"… https://t.co/LkjlSlb9xY
22 Oct, 02:48 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Jupiter’s moon Amalthea casts a shadow on the gas giant planet in this image captured by @NASAJuno on Sept. 1:… https://t.co/GtrGjUEojn
22 Oct, 09:34 PM UTC
Bret Weinstein
@BretWeinstein
Insanity. The term "pregnant woman" excludes all people who are not pregnant. Biology excludes trans woman from pre… https://t.co/nqKrWBGrwM
22 Oct, 07:48 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Real data from @MarsCuriosity was used to create this immersive experience that lets you to walk on Mars! Explore:… https://t.co/6dC0zQYiFU
22 Oct, 07:21 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Solar wind may be electrically charging areas of Mars’ moon Phobos, presenting challenges for future missions there… https://t.co/GWYygFXzst
22 Oct, 04:17 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Brent Stirton's photo is "one that needs to provoke the greatest public outcry." https://t.co/IpKsRFUlMm
22 Oct, 03:00 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
How long has Mars been the cold, icy planet we know today? New evidence suggests it's longer than originally though… https://t.co/W08wTDTK2F
22 Oct, 06:46 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
What's an orbit of @Space_Station around the world look like? Join the crew Monday to take pics to see… https://t.co/FkZVtDXGhw
22 Oct, 08:18 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
11-year-old Gitanjali Rao invented a cheap device that rapidly tests water for lead contamination. 👏👏👏 https://t.co/j6zKBqns4q
22 Oct, 04:19 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
It's hard to not sympathize with that snake—sliding backwards into the gooey stomach of a carnivorous frog https://t.co/gvGRuv1DFW
22 Oct, 09:00 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
The stations—both in Sichuan Province—introduced 36 of the new cubs to the public last week https://t.co/qCQxYmZqvw
22 Oct, 10:00 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Help us caption this photo by #YourShot Photographer Henrik Spranz: https://t.co/Kuh6FPNsfO
23 Oct, 07:15 AM UTC
Kyle Griffin
@kylegriffin1
New Mexico to restore references to evolution, global warming that were stripped out of proposed science standards. https://t.co/HXofCsrAVV
22 Oct, 10:52 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
"Cannabis use during puberty is a major risk factor for schizophrenia." https://t.co/lsXhlcbULt
22 Oct, 03:00 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Photo of the Day: The Reef https://t.co/uU0eCr3EZY #photography #pod
22 Oct, 08:00 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
🎉 Today is the 6 month anniversary of the march! 🎉 RT this and let us know why you'll #KeepMarching for science!
22 Oct, 05:57 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
Male seahorses give birth, not females! The female deposits her eggs into the male's pouch, where he internally fer… https://t.co/MsyntJHpPu
22 Oct, 03:55 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
It's a fusion reaction that unleashes a mind-blowing amount of energy. #SpaceSecrets
22 Oct, 07:00 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Several billion megatonnes of dark matter could lie at the centre of the sun https://t.co/mjF1YAMSVK
22 Oct, 11:00 PM UTC
Guardian Science
@guardianscience
Stephen Hawking's 1966 doctoral thesis made available for first time https://t.co/f9bYwKmI50
22 Oct, 11:02 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
Investigators have extrapolated what photosynthesis might have looked like nearly 3.5 billion years ago https://t.co/R7LswFKrPE
22 Oct, 04:07 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
This mushroom has been credited for making fearless coyotes terrorize motorists and the victories of Viking warriors https://t.co/bQxH8UrfFm
22 Oct, 03:22 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
What happens to your body after you die? https://t.co/CUqCxB6XOM [Video]
22 Oct, 06:00 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Space science needs a private-funding boost https://t.co/NXrDBK06mk
23 Oct, 02:00 AM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Here’s why it’s so hard to catch a mosquito leaving your skin, according to physics. https://t.co/34mI4wKtIR
22 Oct, 02:55 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
China bans foreign waste—but what will happen to the world's recycling? https://t.co/i5jKQh4pPB
22 Oct, 08:00 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Here's what flatworms can show us about the evolution of human pain. https://t.co/D7nevDlUje
23 Oct, 02:40 AM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
E.P.A. cancels talk on climate change by agency scientists https://t.co/8L3JKkJmIu
22 Oct, 07:40 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
DNA that doesn’t produce proteins may be especially important for separating us from other primates. https://t.co/qYdRwTbppE
23 Oct, 03:15 AM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Fungi and bacteria can team up in human guts for good or ill. https://t.co/JaLQB9h5dk
23 Oct, 01:55 AM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
The first view of a rare and exotic cosmic beast has brought scientists a wealth of information.… https://t.co/rKYuhCDgTz
23 Oct, 03:55 AM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Metaphysics special: Can we ever know if God exists? https://t.co/r22GthiQrH
23 Oct, 05:00 AM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Many readers of popular science never get a true picture of how intricate the corpus of scientific knowledge can be. https://t.co/3qY8tCID42
23 Oct, 12:00 AM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Where did the obsession with pumpkin flavors come from? https://t.co/JDTf1yfIvt
22 Oct, 11:00 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
How we'll nap our way to Mars https://t.co/yWWXliy7YF
22 Oct, 04:30 PM UTC
Nature News&Comment
@NatureNews
How scientists plan to tackle an ambitious project to map all the cells in the human body: https://t.co/8aHtDClrmD
22 Oct, 03:30 PM UTC
Nature News&Comment
@NatureNews
Sabre-toothed cats existed in Europe for hundreds of thousands of years longer than previously thought:… https://t.co/fFpq6Gbq67
22 Oct, 06:30 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Cutting through the smog: Is pollution getting worse? https://t.co/VDjlFVgD4H
22 Oct, 05:36 PM UTC
Guardian Science
@guardianscience
Alan Turing’s school report reveals little of his genius https://t.co/NPGbrqFucW
23 Oct, 05:03 AM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
It can take years to diagnose extreme period pain as endometriosis – could a spit test change that?… https://t.co/Ik3tDyheTC
22 Oct, 04:38 PM UTC
Science
@scienmag
Scientists reveal the relationship between sugar and cancer https://t.co/zzKgBuly4k
22 Oct, 10:28 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
Yaaas! Thank you for making such intelligent, important and inspiring videos! Cheers to 5 million more XO https://t.co/3kOd8Dlday
22 Oct, 09:20 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Broken faces of the Great War https://t.co/RJXabOaRuY
23 Oct, 02:31 AM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
NASA is hiring a Planetary Protection Officer, but it’s not Earth that needs saving https://t.co/Lj7KlRhXaL
22 Oct, 07:30 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Inside knowledge: What separates fact from belief https://t.co/6VeC4w5kzz
22 Oct, 04:01 PM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
A protein from tardigrades has been shown to work in human cells: https://t.co/TC3E9Li9b9
22 Oct, 07:27 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
E.P.A. cancels talk on climate change by agency scientists https://t.co/PfaBbJIfpE
23 Oct, 04:09 AM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
"I was literally stunned and could not sleep that night,” said an amateur archaeologist after a Google Earth find. https://t.co/QGk4nUKgAS
23 Oct, 02:37 AM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
Peeing in the pool is actually really bad for you https://t.co/ZOMavA9S9k
23 Oct, 12:30 AM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
PHOTOS: Life at the Mariana Trench looks like nothing else on Earth. https://t.co/xDXJbjSmo4 https://t.co/tWpEztyzvd
22 Oct, 05:20 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
Two neutron stars collided in a galaxy 130 million light years away. Telescopes scrambled to take their picture. https://t.co/MFVNer7h73
23 Oct, 01:39 AM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
American and Chinese aircraft could be flying 4,000 miles per hour by 2030 https://t.co/2yIShU6Lyq
22 Oct, 06:30 PM UTC
BBC Science News
@BBCScienceNews
WHO cancels Robert Mugabe goodwill ambassador role https://t.co/yRqN5Mh4u1
22 Oct, 03:27 PM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
Do big extinctions come like clockwork — from space? https://t.co/IdDebV5aZk
23 Oct, 02:43 AM UTC
Nature News&Comment
@NatureNews
A rudimentary quantum computer has rediscovered the Higgs boson - sort of: https://t.co/cLDQ1t0p6p
22 Oct, 08:30 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
Oh, the headlines saying carbs cause cancer? They're bogus. https://t.co/xP1bR63oNE
23 Oct, 12:55 AM UTC
BBC Science News
@BBCScienceNews
More acidic oceans 'will affect all sea life' https://t.co/26cZLJRxjq
22 Oct, 11:18 PM UTC
Science
@scienmag
Dolphin diets suggest extreme changes in the ocean may shorten food chains https://t.co/WXofOKjGoi
22 Oct, 02:51 PM UTC
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