IAEA Chief@rafaelmgrossi addressed @WHO’s#WHA75 on IAEA's efforts to help countries access the many beneficial applications of nuclear science and technology in areas such as cancer #CancerCare4All , nutrition, and zoonotic diseases.
Smart, co-operative, emotional: What cutting-edge science tells us about pigs #HeraldPremium
"I'm in about grade 65 right now because I keep on learning!" Medicine laureate Elizabeth Blackburn on her never-ending journey in science. Blackburn was awarded the prize discovering that telomeres have a particular DNA. Read more:
An airship developed in China set a world record for the highest atmospheric science observation at an altitude of 9,032 metres (29,633 ft.) on May 15.
Learn how to use my secret vetting criteria 500 tweets/500 followers/recency date and the science behind it and how to get 50-60% follow backs, avoid limits, restrictions, and timeouts. Why you need a Twitter coach. #AuthorsOfTwitter
To be clear, I’m spending <5% (but actually) of my time on the Twitter acquisition. It ain’t rocket science! Yesterday was Giga Texas, today is Starbase. Tesla is on my mind 24/7. So may seem like below, but not true.
Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President.
‘People are dying … science should not be partisan.’ — Watch @AOC ’s spirited defense of environmental justice from 2019
The CDC reversed its guidance to say that people in close contact with a COVID-positive person don't need to get tested. This is not science. It’s politics. Politics that are dangerous to public health. It's indefensible.
The White House Press Secretary on Trump's push to reopen schools: "The science should not stand in the way of this."