Everything is ceremony in the wild garden of childhood.
Pablo Neruda, Winter Garden (via liquidnight)
The Sopranos, se. 6, ep. 21 “Made in America,” 2007 (dir. David Chase)
R.I.P. James Gandolfini
SAMANTHA MARQUEZ, 16-year old Award Winning Scientist and Innovator
At the age of 12, Samantha Marquez developed a hollow structure of cells she named Celloidosomes, which has “applications in Tissue Engineering, Bioengineering, Environmental Science, Genetic Engineering, and cell/drug delivery as well as many other fields of science.” Since discovering Celloidosomes, Samantha has published several peer-reviewed papers and presented her research work around the US, China, Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, and most recently, Russia, where she won first place in the International Space Olympics. Samantha, who is now working on her 8th patent, is also a tireless advocate for the Latino community, encouraging Latino youth and women to develop a passion for STEM fields.
I want to start collecting profiles of all of these awesome, diverse young people doing great STEM work and use it as a lesson in the first week or so of school.
A piece of raw art from LAKEWOOD PLAZA TURBO!!!!!
ohmygoddd you guys i don’t know what to do with myself I’ve wanted to tell everyone about this for a year and now it’s out there im so happy you guys
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