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In Photos: The Best Signs from the 2017 March for Science

Message for the White House

Gabrielle Walters, 21, poses for photographs in front of The White House before heading to the National Mall.

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Gabrielle Walters, 21, poses for photographs in front of The White House before heading to the National Mall.

Marching in Munich

People march in support of scientific research during the March for Science demonstration on April 22, 2017 in Munich, Germany.

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People march in support of scientific research during the March for Science demonstration on April 22, 2017 in Munich, Germany.

Nerds > turds

People protest against the statements and polices of President Donald Trump and his administration that deride scientific research deemed inconvenient for Trump's political agenda.

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People protest in Munich, Germany, against the statements and polices of President Donald Trump and his administration that deride scientific research deemed inconvenient for Trump's political agenda.

Marching in Berlin

Participants take to the streets for the March for Science in Berlin, Germany.

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Participants take to the streets for the March for Science in Berlin, Germany.

We <3 experts

People gather in front of the Brandenburg Gate in support of scientific research during the March for Science in Berlin, Germany.

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People gather in front of the Brandenburg Gate in support of scientific research during the March for Science in Berlin, Germany.

Microscope love

Marchers in Berlin, Germany, show their support for science.

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Marchers in Berlin, Germany, show their support for science.

Poetry in motion

This sign, inspired by Dr. Seuss, calls on the Trump administration to pay attention to and care about science.

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This sign, inspired by Dr. Seuss, calls on the Trump administration to pay attention to and care about science.

The future

Marchers brave the rain to participate in the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

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Marchers brave the rain to participate in the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

Standing up for science

Ginny and Bob Goldberg traveled from Philadelphia to attend the March for Science in Washington, D.C. Both are former developmental biologists and Ginny said she directly benefits from science. She has chronic leukemia and is taking orphan drug that was f

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Ginny and Bob Goldberg traveled from Philadelphia to attend the March for Science in Washington, D.C. Both are former developmental biologists and Ginny said she directly benefits from science. She has chronic leukemia and is taking orphan drug that was fast-tracked to market.

Taking it to the streets

Participants march toward the United States Capitol during the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

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Participants march toward the United States Capitol during the March for Science in Washington, D.C.