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I’ve learned a lot these past 4 months.⁣⁣
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I’ve found a great appreciation for graduate students. I knew the challenges I was going to face going into a PhD program; I would have to learn to think like a scientist and the expectations of my work would be put on a higher standard. But adjusting to a completely different world was something I was not expecting. The past 4 months have challenged and pushed me in ways that made me really see the world I was about to dive into.⁣⁣
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I had several goals this semester. One was to better communicate my science to an audience that both senior scientist as well as  someone who is just learning biology would understand. I also wanted to develop my techniques, be more effective in the lab and have a greater understanding of biology. Over the past four months, I’ve had to orally present many different types of work from journal articles to data. I found that through this practice, I was able to enhance my public speaking skills to a diverse audience.⁣⁣
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During each of the two 8-week rotations, I was able to learn the valuable skills of being organized, managing my time and being efficient in the lab as I tried to juggle experiments, reading important articles and going to class. ⁣⁣
The most important goal I completed this semester having a  greater understanding of biology has a whole. I have learned so much from listening to senior scientists, graduate students and my peers about their research and the importance of our field. ⁣⁣
Leaving this semester has lead me to appreciate the opportunity I have here at The University of Arizona. I have learned more than I could of ever imagined. If I could go back, I wouldn’t tell myself to do it any differently. Graduate school is hard, but working through the struggles and finding your place within your program and peers is what, I’ve learned, will get you through it. The @uofa is such a special place and  I wouldn’t want to do my graduate degree anywhere else.⁣.

I’ve learned a lot these past 4 months.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I’ve found a great appreciation for graduate students. I knew the challenges I was going to face going into a PhD program; I would have to learn to think like a scientist and the expectations of my work would be put on a higher standard. But adjusting to a completely different world was something I was not expecting. The past 4 months have challenged and pushed me in ways that made me really see the world I was about to dive into.⁣⁣ ⁣ I had several goals this semester. One was to better communicate my science to an audience that both senior scientist as well as  someone who is just learning biology would understand. I also wanted to develop my techniques, be more effective in the lab and have a greater understanding of biology. Over the past four months, I’ve had to orally present many different types of work from journal articles to data. I found that through this practice, I was able to enhance my public speaking skills to a diverse audience.⁣⁣ ⁣ During each of the two 8-week rotations, I was able to learn the valuable skills of being organized, managing my time and being efficient in the lab as I tried to juggle experiments, reading important articles and going to class. ⁣⁣ The most important goal I completed this semester having a  greater understanding of biology has a whole. I have learned so much from listening to senior scientists, graduate students and my peers about their research and the importance of our field. ⁣⁣ Leaving this semester has lead me to appreciate the opportunity I have here at The University of Arizona. I have learned more than I could of ever imagined. If I could go back, I wouldn’t tell myself to do it any differently. Graduate school is hard, but working through the struggles and finding your place within your program and peers is what, I’ve learned, will get you through it. The @uofa is such a special place and  I wouldn’t want to do my graduate degree anywhere else.⁣ ...

The Green-crowned Woodnymph or Crowned Woodnymph depending on if you accept their speciation split. I’ve seen a lot of Violet-crowned Woodnymph during my surveys in Costa Rica, so seeing the more green Woodnymph was amazing. When we were surveying at @fundacion.jocotoco we seemed to find a corridor along a ridge-line that was a transects for Hummingbirds, we encountered ten species in only two days..

The Green-crowned Woodnymph or Crowned Woodnymph depending on if you accept their speciation split. I’ve seen a lot of Violet-crowned Woodnymph during my surveys in Costa Rica, so seeing the more green Woodnymph was amazing. When we were surveying at @fundacion.jocotoco we seemed to find a corridor along a ridge-line that was a transects for Hummingbirds, we encountered ten species in only two days. ...

Presenting my study at American Society of Hematology. Most people refer to non-malignant hematology as “benign” hematology, but TTP is one of many examples of non-malignant hematologic diseases that are anything but benign, with an untreated mortality rate of 90%! #ASH19 #hematology #research.

Presenting my study at American Society of Hematology. Most people refer to non-malignant hematology as “benign” hematology, but TTP is one of many examples of non-malignant hematologic diseases that are anything but benign, with an untreated mortality rate of 90%! #ASH19 #hematology #research ...

In December last year, two incredible female scientists received their Nobel Prize medals and diplomas in Stockholm, Sweden.

Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold conducted the first directed evolution of enzymes, while Physics Laureate Donna Strickland developed a technique that revolutionised laser technology.

In this picture, the Nobel Laureates show off chocolate versions of their Nobel Prize medals. Photo: A. Mahmoud. .
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#nobelprize #nobel #women #womeninscience #science #research #discovery #inspire #inspiration #womeninstem #physics.

In December last year, two incredible female scientists received their Nobel Prize medals and diplomas in Stockholm, Sweden. Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold conducted the first directed evolution of enzymes, while Physics Laureate Donna Strickland developed a technique that revolutionised laser technology. In this picture, the Nobel Laureates show off chocolate versions of their Nobel Prize medals. Photo: A. Mahmoud. . . . #nobelprize #nobel #women #womeninscience #science #research #discovery #inspire #inspiration #womeninstem #physics ...

Smart contact lenses will allow you to zoom in and record what you see!

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Smart contact lenses will allow you to zoom in and record what you see! #science #research #lenses #contactlenses #technology ...

The @nasajohnson Astromaterials Acquisition and Curation Office has just released a notional architecture video for “Restricted Earth Return for Astromaterials: Controlled Entry, Landing, and Containment.” This video is being presented this week at the @americangeophysicalunion fall meeting on the NASA Hyperwall. For the past 2 years, the JSC team lead by Michael Calaway, Andrea Harrington, and Francis McCubbin developed a notional architecture for future restricted sample return missions. Special attention is given to preserving the scientific integrity of the samples as well as implementing BSL-4 containment protocols required by the Planetary Protection requirements. The Utah Test and Training Range is the conceptual landing site. This notional architecture is built upon the heritage experience from the Genesis and Stardust missions and looks towards future sample return missions from restricted bodies, such as Mars, Europa, or Enceladus.  Watch the video: https://youtu.be/rVZ3wMmb1xg

#curation #agu19 #samplereturn #science #exploration #research.

The @nasajohnson Astromaterials Acquisition and Curation Office has just released a notional architecture video for “Restricted Earth Return for Astromaterials: Controlled Entry, Landing, and Containment.” This video is being presented this week at the @americangeophysicalunion fall meeting on the NASA Hyperwall. For the past 2 years, the JSC team lead by Michael Calaway, Andrea Harrington, and Francis McCubbin developed a notional architecture for future restricted sample return missions. Special attention is given to preserving the scientific integrity of the samples as well as implementing BSL-4 containment protocols required by the Planetary Protection requirements. The Utah Test and Training Range is the conceptual landing site. This notional architecture is built upon the heritage experience from the Genesis and Stardust missions and looks towards future sample return missions from restricted bodies, such as Mars, Europa, or Enceladus. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/rVZ3wMmb1xg #curation #agu19 #samplereturn #science #exploration #research ...

#DYK that Gombe hosts one of the (or the only) oldest known surviving chimpanzee pair of twins in the wild in the world? Gombe, Tanzania, is the site where Dr. Goodall first began her studies of wild chimpanzees and is where those studies continue through the Jane Goodall Institute! It’s the longest running wild chimpanzee study in the world and is home to these three: Gremlin, and the twins Golden and Glitter! You can support discovery in Gombe by becoming (or gifting) a #GombeScienceHero today! Link in bio. | #chimpanzees #chimps #primates #research #primatology #janegoodall #drjanegoodall #drgoodall #science #wildlife.

#DYK that Gombe hosts one of the (or the only) oldest known surviving chimpanzee pair of twins in the wild in the world? Gombe, Tanzania, is the site where Dr. Goodall first began her studies of wild chimpanzees and is where those studies continue through the Jane Goodall Institute! It’s the longest running wild chimpanzee study in the world and is home to these three: Gremlin, and the twins Golden and Glitter! You can support discovery in Gombe by becoming (or gifting) a #GombeScienceHero today! Link in bio. | #chimpanzees #chimps #primates #research #primatology #janegoodall #drjanegoodall #drgoodall #science #wildlife ...

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🔵 [Madrid, España] En el Pabellón de la Criósfera de la COP25, los oceanógrafos Humberto González y José Luis Iriarte, realizaron una presentación sobre las investigaciones que desarrolla el Centro IDEAL en Magallanes y la Antártica 🌎 ¿Cuáles son los principales efectos del cambio climático en el Océano Austral? Revisa la transmisión en vivo en nuestra bio . . . #IDEALenCOP25 #COP25 #Madrid #Espa ña #Chile #cri ósfera #Patagonia #Antarctica #science #research #oceans #enviroment #climatechange #marinesystems #high #latitudes #dynamics #onu #facebook #live #cryosphere ...

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