[14/100] #100daysofcode 🥳Hope you’ve had a relaxing and love filled weekend.
I’m hopefully going to transition into making Sunday’s a planning/relaxation day soon. But after my NYU class ends and I come back from vacation. 🥳
😎What do you typically do on Sundays?
Please welcome Buttons to the family!
Despite her resemblance to jumping spiders (Salticidae), Buttons is a velvet spider in the family Eresidae. Velvet spiders construct messy, sticky webs to hide in while they await passing prey.
Velvet spiders are also unique in that they tend to display some degree of sociality, a behavior rare in the spider realm. Female velvet spiders provide extensive maternal care for their young by liquefying their insides and feeding the material to the spiderlings. Talk about dedication! Some species come even closer to eusocialility with cooperative brood care.
Buttons is a Gandanameno sp. and a gift from my wonderful boyfriend. She was purchased from @coxjamee (who I highly recommend buying from). I’ve wanted one of these amazing spiders for awhile and feel so lucky to welcome her into my eight-legged family!💕
Tag a friend who would think Buttons is cute in the comments below! Let’s show her some love 💕🥰
Состоялся семинар по программе #STEM_ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ в городе #Череповец Удивительно, что летом, в такую прекрасную погоду, собралось все педагогическое сообщество города. Надеюсь, до новых встреч) #STEM
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SECTION 1: ARDUINO, LIGHTS, and LEDS
The rest of my weekend experiments included the following, most of which I wrote my own test code, except for the last one:
1. Light sequence using one more LED in the chain
2. A single RGB LED. I put a piece of white paper to try to emphasize the color change. I think I cycled through red, blue, green, yellow, magenta, aqua, and purple.
3. Used the sample fade code in the arduino IDE library and modified the delay function.
Next section of experiments will focus on inputs (ie buttons, switches, etc). I really want to try all the sensor functionality, but I want to be structured in my approach 😉
Mitosis merupakan sebahagian daripada proses pembahagian sel 👉 Dimana kromosom membahagi menjadi dua nuklei ✅ Pembahagian sel menghasilkan dua sel yang mempunyai kandungan genetik yang sama ✅ Dan bilangan kromosom dapat dikekalkan. ❌ Pada mereka yang fobia melihat proses ini dinamakan trypophobia.
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Mattheus 3:17 // Van toen af begon Jezus te prediken en te zeggen: Bekeer u, want het Koninkrijk der hemelen is nabijgekomen.
Mattheus 17:5 // Terwijl hij nog sprak, zie, een lichtende wolk overschaduwde hen; en zie, een stem uit de wolk zei: Dit is Mijn geliefde Zoon, in Wie Ik Mijn welbehagen heb; luister naar Hem!
In ten days students from around the country will come to #WestVirginia for the #2019NYSCamp to be challenged academically in exciting hands-on studies, participate in an outdoor adventure program, and establish friendships that last a lifetime.
🇮🇹 OCEAN FUN... chiodini freschi freschi per l'estate!⠀
Inserendo i vari scenari si riproduce il fondale marino, da arricchire con particolari sagome e adesivi che permetto al bambino di ricostruire un ambiente marino popolato di pesci, cavallucci marini, granchietti e altri animali del mare.⠀
🇬🇧 OCEAN FUN... fresh pegs for the summer!⠀
By inserting various scenes we can create the sea floor, with plenty of stickers and shapes of fish, seahorses, crabs and other sea creatures to recreate a sea world.⠀
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LGBTQ workers in STEM are living a double life constantly
#PrayerofPeace #LGBTQ#STEM #JournalofHomosexuality
Read More http://www.prayerofpeace.com/challenges-that-the-lgbtq-worker-face-in-stem/
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"Start moving, and get after it!"
🎙New Podcast Episode! .
📚CWM Ep 018 - Alan Small - Jessie Marie’s Noisy Museum .
Today's guest is Alan Small. He is a Biology Teacher and Children's book author living in Fort Worth, Texas, and today we will be discussing his latest writing project: Jessie Marie’s Noisy Museum.
📖About the Book:
Jessie Marie's Noisy Museum is a bright, large format, easy-to-read tale written by Alan Small, best-selling author of The Science Club Handbook.
It is based on the true story of the REAL Jessie Marie, who loved working at her local Science and History museum! The 8.5"X11" landscape format is perfect for sharing with a single science lover, or a whole classroom of adventures!
This colorful story is illustrated by noted artist, Mike Quinones, who has brought the story to life with 28 pages of beautiful artwork and detailed visuals. In this story, Jessie Marie discovers how to enjoy her dream job, impress her museum guests, AND take care of herself all at the same time! And the text is designed to be a perfect fit for a picture book read-aloud that doesn't exhaust the reader! .
✏About the Author: @smallguy
Alan Small is a Science Club organizer, STEM enthusiast, dissection aficionado, biology teacher, bug eater, and Family Science Night activist. As the author of The Science Club Handbook, Alan hopes to expand quality OST (out of school time) and informal science learning options for teachers and students. .
Connect with Alan on Twitter at @TheFort_fw .
Connect with the online Science Club community on twitter with the hashtag #TSCHB
🖊You can find more of Alan's work at: .