Last month, the winners for the 2009 Dance Your PhD contest were announced. Only A Game was not first with the story, but we will not be the last. There’s something mesmerizing about watching science geeks (of varying artistic abilities) dance their hearts out in the name of educating YouTube viewers on scientific research. Above, Graduate Student Sue Lynn Lau dances her dissertation, “The role of Vitamin D in beta cell function.”
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