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I love how #Canada is celebrating the #IslamicHeritageMonth and honoring the rich Muslim heritage and its contributions to the world.

For nearly 1,000 years - from the 8th to the 16th centuries - Islamic civilization underwent what is now known as the Islamic Golden Age.
This period of economic, intellectual & cultural development resulted in countless inventions & advancements which remain ubiquitous till today. We hear about inventions of Western scientists and researchers, but did you know we also owe a lot to Islamic civilization? #Muslim
In #IslamicHeritageMonth, community centers, libraries, & public institutions across #Canada have special screenings & books on display showcasing Muslim innovation across sciences, humanities, medicine, astronomy, & other disciplines.

Here are some of my favorite contributions:
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After the wonderful @EANBoard #SoMe4Epis module on social media for public health professionals, on request:

[THREAD] Here’s my bag of resources and explanations for beginners, to get started on social media

#epitwitter
Kicking off with an introduction to social media for scientists by @hollybik & @MiriamGoldste

All in the familiar academic format of a journal article: dx.plos.org/10.1371/journa…

#scicomm @PLOSBiology
So why engage in social media as an epidemiologist or public health professional?

It helps to build trust in science!

#PLOSONE: Using selfies to challenge public stereotypes of scientists

#scicomm #scientistswhoselfie
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Just in time for lunch... Happy Friday, #twitterverse! One more lesson before school lets out for summer: James Beard-nominated chef Ronnie Killen (@ze1chef) from @killensbbq has the *most necessary* tips for the perfect brisket. Stay tuned… #Houston
TIP #1 from @ze1chef: “Source good product, don’t mess it up.” Simply, great barbecue begins with sourcing great cuts of meat. Worry less about marbling and instead seek out meat with a light pink hue, which means the cattle ate quality feed, which will yield a tastier result.
TIP #2 from @ze1chef: A thick fat cap will provide big flavor, but pros know to trim brisket a bit to create a streamlined, aerodynamic shape. This ensures that smoke will waft evenly over the meat and no parts become overly smoky. #BBQ
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It's always an exciting experience to be part of a #Zimbabwean #Wedding.

Recently @tapsmadondo's sister tied the knot at Fern hill Estate which I had the privilege of shooting

Picture Thread:
📸: @ernestmac54
Mrs K's #wedding theme centred around her favourite colour. From the bridesmaids dresses to even the colour of her dress up room.

Attention was paid to detail to make sure the fairytale wedding would come to life:

CC @Tatenda_17
@tapsmadondo
@CurateByo
Comical groom removed his glasses so that he could make sure his eyes weren't playing tricks on him when he was told to kiss the bride.

The bridal team showcased a good energy in their shoot and on the dance floor

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@MbadaloeBkay
@ilizwi263
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