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These get me all the time. Scientists are people like you!
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Vicky Hatch, Andy Loveday and Adam Hendry (Left to right). We work in the field of developmental genetics and drug discovery. When we are not doing science we are busy saving the world!

These get me all the time. Scientists are people like you!

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Vicky Hatch, Andy Loveday and Adam Hendry (Left to right). We work in the field of developmental genetics and drug discovery. When we are not doing science we are busy saving the world!

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Probably the essay that started it all.

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Probably the essay that started it all.

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Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s most astounding fact about the universe.

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jtotheizzoe:

We Stopped Dreaming

Neil deGrasse Tyson once gave an epic rant about our bewildering unwillingness to provide more than a fraction of a penny of the American tax dollar to space progress. We aren’t talking about “space exploration” as a singular effort here, I really mean space progress.

We must acknowledge that despite our space program’s birth as an extension of the Cold War, it has evolved into the most publicly accessible source of scientific inspiration in our culture. I’d love to claim that biology could somehow take that crown, but I’ll give the nod to the space folks … because it’s true.

Evan Schurr has created this mashup of Dr. Tyson’s words with a visual history of space exploration. It was inspired by the Sagan Series by Reid Gower (which you should watch, repeatedly). The torch of inspiration for tomorrow’s discoverers is firmly in the hands of Dr. Tyson. Can we commit to one penny of our tax dollar to fund tomorrow?

“How much would you pay … for the universe?”

( Scrunchthethird)

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