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(@teachliketrish)

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Today, @misswallingtwin and I took a road trip to the little town we’re both going to intern at and met our cooperating teachers to get an idea of what we’ll be teaching this coming fall. As you can see, I got a pretty great head start with some lessons and materials for Science (my fave!) as well as English and Math! I’m super excited to meet TWO classrooms full of grade 6s in September! #futureteacher 🍎📚😁

(@pbprecordings)

28 Seconds Ago

💯📋💯 The L.A. County Department of Public Health has identified the first case of human West Nile virus infection in L.A. County for the 2018 season. A San Gabriel Valley resident was hospitalized in May with the disease, which is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. It can affect the nervous system and result in meningitis, encephalitis, paralysis and even death. Here are four precautions shared by the district that you can take against the tiny predators: - Identify all containers that can hold water and either dump and drain the water once a week or throw away the containers. - Get insect repellent - When purchasing insect repellent in stores, look for any of the following active ingredients that have been proven to keep mosquitoes away: DEET, Picaridin, Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus and IR3535. - Educate family and friends to understand the mosquito issues in your city and how they can help prevent them. - Call the GLACVCD for help at 562-944-9656 or submit an online service request at www.ReportMosquitoes.org if the mosquitoes continue to be an issue around the home. #cdc #epa #zikavirus #goodfortheenvironment #publichealth #biology #science #community #losangelescounty #youth #helpthekids #savethebabies #biologists #losangeles #compton #longbeach #southcentral #inglewood #paramount #southgate #lynwood #santafesprings #hiphop #hiphoplife #rapmusic #hiphopvideo #hiphopartist #vectorcontrol #mosquitos

(@em_purmpol)

39 Seconds Ago

#art & #science & #spirituality = ASS

(@uep_sepa)

2 Minutes Ago

We started our water quantity/quality experiment today. How much water does a mosquito need to grow? #mosquitoes&Me #mosquitos #summercamp #mosquitolarvae #larvae #ambitiousscienceteaching #science #teaching #experiment #water

(@jay_bird_01)

3 Minutes Ago

Day 12: My dream job is doing research in quantum mechanics (nerd, I know) and teaching physics at a university, preferably working at CERN #transgender #lgbt #lgbtq #nonbinary #demigirl #physics #science

(@joefncheng)

3 Minutes Ago

Is it #science or is it #art? #scienceissexy The #skyline of my #hometown #constantchange

(@doctorterawatt)

4 Minutes Ago

Watching the new #incredibles2 at cineplex with @hesbell all dressed up!!! . . . #doctorterawatt #evil #evilgenius #supervillain #science #villain #convention #cosplay #sexy #movies #incredibles #hero #theatre

(@truthinlogos)

4 Minutes Ago

Remember that before the discovery of Perrault different theories were formulated and some were accepted by the society of those times. "Aristotle claimed that most of the water came from underground caverns in which the air was transformed into water. Many others argued that seawater entered underground caverns, heated up until it rose in the form of steam, then condensed and fed springs, which in turn feed the rivers. Although some philosophers like Anaxagoras had more realistic models of the hydrological cycle, the weight of authority was behind the most far-fetched theories. "; instead the Bible described in advance the reality of the hydrological cycle (evaporation, precipitation, etc). It took approximately 3000 years to prove it in a scientific way and to know that this biblical statement contained truth in the hydrological cycle. Admirable, right? #science#god#jesus#holyspirit#bible#water#cycle#evaporation#precipitation#evidence#metereology#history#hidrology

(@bazbuzz1)

4 Minutes Ago

Want a Robot that can understand you without you reading all the prescriptions? Then meet Baxter! Baxter is designed to read people’s mind so the robot will know if they have made some mistakes. In doing so, the robot will detect our brain and muscles signals. This technology will be useful for people as it’s safer and efficient. . Visit Bazbuzz.com . . #mit #tech #technology #instatech #instascience #science #robots #android #gadget #ios #blog #techwear #blockchain #ai

(@tino_isms)

6 Minutes Ago

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(@thiagobioq)

6 Minutes Ago

Os frutos começaram a aparecer. Agradeço a todos os envolvidos direta e indiretamente. Que novas e boas parcerias sejam realizadas 🤓🙏🙌 #protocolosdeciencias #naturalproducts #science #biologia #proteaseinhibitors

(@thatgirlchey91)

8 Minutes Ago

🌋🌋🌋I'm already wanting to go watch it again!! #jurassicworld #jurassicpark #dinosaurlover #almostcried #clevergirl #rawr #science #moviedate

(@_tequila_papi_)

8 Minutes Ago

I’ve been adopted by a new lab family 🔬 #science #scienceaf #scienceafterhours #shindigz #talknerdytome #hispanicpanic #brownpower

(@eldesistemas)

8 Minutes Ago

RepostBy @nasajpl: "Van Gogh vibes 🌀 Today’s featured photo capturing swirling cloud belts and tumultuous vortices within #jupiter’s northern hemisphere is brought to you by @NASAJuno. Our Juno spacecraft took this color-enhanced image at 10:23 p.m. PDT on May 23, 2018 (1:23 a.m. EDT on May 24), as the spacecraft performed its 13th close flyby of Jupiter. At the time, Juno was about 9,600 miles (15,500 kilometers) from the planet's cloud tops, above a northern latitude of 56 degrees. The region seen here is somewhat chaotic and turbulent, given the various swirling cloud formations. In general, the darker cloud material is deeper in Jupiter’s atmosphere, while bright cloud material is high. The bright clouds are most likely ammonia or ammonia and water, mixed with a sprinkling of unknown chemical ingredients. A bright oval at bottom center stands out in the scene. This feature appears uniformly white in ground-based telescope observations. However, with #junocam we can observe the fine-scale structure within this weather system, including additional structures within it. There is not significant motion apparent in the interior of this feature; like the Great Red Spot, its winds probably slows down greatly toward the center. #nasajuno #juno #nasa #jpl #nasajpl #planet #solarsystem #science #space" (via #instarepost @EasyRepost)