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Save the Date for the First #NYCSciTweetUp of 2012

That’s right! After a bit of a delay, the #NYCSciTweetUp is back! Save the date for March 29th, at the Peculier Pub in NYC. Updated details will be posted on the Facebook page (as they always are). And as per the norm, for more information you can always: Read “What Is: #NYCSciTweetUp” Follow the #NYCSciTweetUp hashtag on Twitter [...]

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Last #NYCSciTweetUp for 2011 is Tomorrow (12/1)!

Our next #NYCSciTweetUp (and last for year) will be on Dec. 1 at 6:30 pm at the Peculier Pub. Details have been posted on the Facebook page (as they always are). And as per the norm, for more information, you can always: Read “What Is: #NYCSciTweetUp” Follow the #NYCSciTweetUp hashtag on Twitter Join the Facebook group Add yourself to [...]

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Last #NYCSciTweetUp for 2011: December 1st

What an amazing year it’s been—particularly in terms of how much the New York SciCom community has grown! It’s been quite a journey and the #NYCSciTweetUps received a bit of press recently from the International Business Times. I’m excited that the event has garnered this kind of press and I hope that it will continue [...]

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#NYCSciTweetUp No. 5 Is Tomorrow! And You Should Come!

Just a reminder that the 5th #NYCSciTweetUp will be tomorrow! Details on the location are finalized—we’ll meet at the Peculier Pub, at about 6:30 pm. You can always find the most up-to-date information on the Facebook invite, so it would be a good idea to check before you head out the door. It’s an informal gathering, [...]

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#NYCSciTweetUp Next Thursday, 10/27

The 5th #NYCSciTweetUp will be on 10/27, which is next Thursday! Details on the location have to be finalized, but you can always find the most up-to-date information on the Facebook invite. Special thanks to Bora Zivkovic and John Timmer for handling the details while I’ve been off of my feet (literally). I may not [...]

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#NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider Together—TOMORROW!

Tomorrow the #NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider will partner for an evening of science, stories, and beer! The Story Collider invites people to share the roles that science has played in their lives. From humble beginnings like the #NYCSciTweetUp, The Story Collider has grown immensely, attracting a diverse showing that highlights the broad, and sometimes [...]

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Reminder: #NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider Together Next Week

It’s almost time! Will you be there? Next Tuesday, the #NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider will partner for an evening of science, stories, and beer! The Story Collider invites people to share the roles that science has played in their lives. From humble beginnings like the #NYCSciTweetUp, The Story Collider has grown immensely, attracting a [...]

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Crossing the Streams: #NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider Together!

Edit: The Story Collider is a ticketed event. The cost to attend is $8.00 and tickets can be purchased at The Story Collider website. At the door, the price to attend will be $10.00. There is no fee to attend the #NYCSciTweetUp.   Like science? Like stories? Well, hold on to your beakers and field [...]

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#NYCSciTweetUp Follow-Up

The third #NYCSciTweetUp was a huge success! Thanks to all who came out to The Peculier Pub. It was a pleasure seeing so many new faces mingling with familiar ones! What is the tweetup, you ask? It’s an informal monthly (or so) gathering for the science community in New York City. As Story Collider‘s Ben [...]

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Interested in Science? Come to the #NYCSciTweetUp on Aug. 9th

Every month or so, the science community in New York City gathers to talk science over beer. The event—or TweetUp if you will—began as a means of connecting the online science community offline, which is why it bears a hashtag in its name. While the gathering is still in its infancy, turnouts have been fairly [...]

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