The Minnesota TweetUp for Earth Day at the Science Museum of Minnesota
April 21, 2012 by Sara Geneva Noreau Kerr
Posted in Cool Things in St. Paul, Higher Education, Music, Twitter, Word of Mouth | Tagged #MNEarthDay, Don't Fool Me Twice, European Energy Use, How can we talk about science?, Jeremy Messersmith, Maggie Koerth-Baker, Science is never partisan--science is always political, Science Museum of Minnesota, Science Museum Tweetup, Separating fact from opinion in science, Shawn Otto, US Energy Use, Will Steger | Leave a Comment
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