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As his memoir shows, Oliver Sacks was a man who truly lived life to the fullest. scifri.me/ey3mxx
Neurologist @OliverSacks passed away today. There is no greater tribute than his own words. scifri.me/sy
R.I.P. Dr Sacks. We'll miss you. A portrait of a wonderfully sweet scientist, writer, thinker: sciencefriday.com/video/11/09/20…
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The #SciFriBookClub wraps up 'The Soul of a New Machine' scifri.me/ky
This flashy spider hides from predators by pretending to be a water drop. scifri.me/ypv1lx
This mutilated toucan got a 3-D printed replacement beak. bit.ly/1MRrVe6 @PRI
Ants take medicine after they encounter pathogenic fungi. (Here, two ants consult on dosage) scientificamerican.com/podcast/episod…
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Thanks #SciFriBookClub! That was fun. We'll be back this winter.
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@scifri How about a ruby throated hummingbird. They don't chirp very load but fun to watch
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Listen live as @CornellBird's Dr. Emma Greig speaks about fall migration of birds on @scifri wamu.org/audio-player
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How to power your own home: Find out on @scifri! >> bit.ly/1DbfbIk
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And early this week, we spoke with Tracy Kidder @google's NYC office! Listen at sciencefriday.com/soul #SciFriLive
A few weeks ago, we spoke with some of the engineers featured in 'Soul of a New Machine' youtu.be/0wq3ucqnaSk #SciFriLive #SciFriBookClub
Let's do this #SciFriBookClub! We're talking Soul at 2:20 ET. Call in and tell us what u thought! 844-724-8255
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At 3p ET: @seanmcarroll explains Hawking's new view of black holes. scifri.me/py
Today at 3p ET on #SciFriLive: Can rooftop solar and utilities get along? scifri.me/my
The first issue of Scientific American was published 170 years ago today. Happy birthday, @sciam!
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Today at 2p ET: The #SciFriBookClub reconvenes to discuss 'The Soul of a New Machine' scifri.me/ky
William Herschel discovered Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, #otd 1789. (image from @CassiniSaturn, 2008)
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Yes, these DNA strands look like a bunny. They were folded that way. scifri.me/hy




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