We looked inside some of the tweets by @C_C_Ioannou and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Welcome to twitter, John McNamara! @John4361Mc
Those of you worried about sharing your data with the new #NHSCOVID19app ... you do realise apple, google, Facebook etc have all been farming your data and making money off the back of it for... a while.
Dog science for young minds! A paper about how police dogs are trained, co-authored by undergraduate Sara Jones and reviewed by 8 - 13 year olds. Frontiers for Young Minds, August 2020 https://t.co/ToIffSmBbh
Every single funded NERC Fellowship went to a man this year. 100%. Just let that sink in. @NERCscience
I was really disappointed that my application for a NERC IRF was unsuccessful this year, as I thought the interview went pretty well and reviewers were really positive. This turns my disappointment into anger. (looks like I’m highest non-funded on my panel) #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/ySg56vXLuW
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Prof. Dame Georgina Mace - a giant in the field of conservation biology, our former Director of Science, and a huge inspiration to ecologists worldwide. Our deepest condolences to her family and friends, and to our colleagues at @UCLCBER. https://t.co/jLI2M73JHc
Very sad news. I had no direct professional link with Georgina, but (and I think this is a sign of her generosity of spirit and promotion of early career scientists) she was unfailingly supportive to me at several key moments in my career. https://t.co/AJP6VKw97d
*NEW PAPER* What happens when we put together an invasive and a native lizard species? Will they fight? Will they be friends?Why is the invasive lizard doing so much better than the native lizard in the wild? All the answers inside this awesome paper!!! https://t.co/VB5IzFcxqR https://t.co/LX30sJPgaJ