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14th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from Kids need Science with 108 notes

kidsneedscience:

Congratulations to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi who won the 95th Nobel Peace Prize on today for their work promoting education rights for children.  The Nobel prize is named for Alfred Nobel.  An eponym is a word that comes from a name, and few words are as famous in science as Nobel, courtesy of the Nobel Prizes that bear his name. One hundred and three years ago  Swedish chemist and industrialist Alfred Nobel died at the age of sixty three. Although he was an incredibly prolific scientist and businessman, he is chiefly remembered as the inventor of dynamite. Five years after his death, the first Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Frédéric Passy, co-founder of the Inter-Parliamentary Union along with Henry Dunant, who was founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross. The first NobelPrize in Literature was awarded to poet Sully Prudhomme, causing the first Nobel scandal as many expected the great Russian novelist Lev Tolstoy to win. The first Nobel Prize in Physics went to Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen and the first prize for Chemistry went to Jacobus van’t Hoff.

Today the Nobel Prize is known as the prize recognising and rewarding the greatest achievement in science, literature, economics and Peace.

Image of Alfred Nobel in the public domain, photo by Gösta Florman (1831–1900) / The Royal Library.

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14th October 2014

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globalpost:

Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old education campaigner from Pakistan, just won the Nobel Peace Prize. And everyone is super excited about that because Malala is super inspiring. Here is her story.
And here’s a look at some of the moving things she’s said since becoming one of the world’s most famous activists.

globalpost:

Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old education campaigner from Pakistan, just won the Nobel Peace Prize. And everyone is super excited about that because Malala is super inspiring. Here is her story.

And here’s a look at some of the moving things she’s said since becoming one of the world’s most famous activists.

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9th October 2014

Photo reblogged from POETS.org with 27 notes

poetsorg:

12 award-winning poets…one stage…one week from today. Don’t miss the Chancellors Reading at NYU, 10.16.14.
Tickets: $5 students / $15

poetsorg:

12 award-winning poets…one stage…one week from today. 
Don’t miss the Chancellors Reading at NYU, 10.16.14.

Tickets: $5 students / $15

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7th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 471 notes

storyoftheviper:

Spinal Cord - Hirokawa Publishing Co. ex libris sotv

storyoftheviper:

Spinal Cord - Hirokawa Publishing Co.
ex libris sotv

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26th September 2014

Post reblogged from The YUNiversity with 873 notes

How can I speak better English?

theyuniversity:

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English is not an easy language to master. But don’t give up!

To improve your spoken English, read and bookmark this excellent article by British English Coach.

It’s long, but it will be extremely helpful.

Here is a snapshot of what you can expect to find in the post:

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Good luck!

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(Tina Belcher GIF source: GIPHY)

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7th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 519 notes

wapiti3:

The arachnids: True mapped to the nature and described on Flickr.

By Koch, C. L.
Hahn, Carl Wilhelm,
Publication info Nuremberg: In CH Zeh’schen bookstore 0.1831 to 1848.
BHL Collections:
Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University

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3rd September 2014

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4 Things You Must Know About A Literary Agent →

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26th August 2014

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Have An Inspiring Day! →

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23rd August 2014

Video

Climbing Ancient Art at Fisher Towers near Moab, Utah

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21st August 2014

Video reblogged from New England Aquarium with 38 notes

neaq:

A visit to the Aquarium is definitely an eye-opener! Tyler Purcell had fond childhood memories of the Giant Ocean Tank, but when he came back this July after a 20-year absence he discovered that it was better than ever before. Check out the amazing 3-minute video he created using footage from Tyler’s return to Central Wharf.

Plan your own Aquarium exploration today.

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