Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 4 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.  chrome

Science Friday

Meet the black women who helped send us to the moon.
New from Educator Collaborator @KatharineHinkle: Cooling down your playground!
Christine Darden was part of the computing pool working on the Apollo missions. #SciFriLive
Next on #SciFriLive, meet the black women that helped land us on the moon. Listen here:
Vermont teacher @Physci8 wants students to created #IllustratedGraphs!
Today at 2p ET: Meet the black women who helped send us to the moon.
This artist is going deep, with a little help from NASA.
Head inside the animal arms race.
Seriously, these are so cool.
Believe it or not, this is NOT a photograph. It's a drawing.
Scientists are in the cross hairs for studying political flash points.
Horns, claws, and teeth, oh my! Inside the animal arms race:
This artist will be working alongside a NASA mission to document climate change.
This Halloween, it's do or DIY.
You definitely don't want to get stung by this insect.
We asked an evolutionary biologist what the microbiome of monsters would be.
Above the ice, this artist goes deep.
Birthday (1909) of physicist Marguerite Perey, discoverer of the element francium. Student of Marie Curie.
Retweeted by Science Friday
These California trees are battling a beetle amidst the drought.
Exciting announcement! We're launching a new podcast, @undiscoveredpod, in 2017.…
Why do some songs give us the creeps?
Twiends uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter.