Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Dance Your PhD

My co-blogger Kate found these awesome videos from a Science competition to "dance your PhD." At New Voices we're constantly trying to think of ways to communicate science so everyone can understand it, and these are some great examples! Congratulations to the winners (two are below).

In Chemistry:

Selection of a DNA aptamer for homocysteine using SELEX from Maureen McKeague on Vimeo.

In Biology:

How does your brain analyze incoming visual information? - Dance Your PhD contest 2010 from Maartje C. de Jong on Vimeo.

To see all of the entries, visit: http://gonzolabs.org/dance/videos/

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