Can Scientists Dance?

Or more specifically, can they interpretive dance? In a peculiar mashup of impenetrable scientific prose and an often mocked art form, a dozen brainy types strutted their stuff in the first Dance Your Ph.D. Contest.

From quantum physics tangos to mechanisms of messenger RNA regulation set to tap, the results were certainly unique. The winning thesis was "Refitting repasts: a spatial exploration of food processing, sharing, cooking, and disposal at the Dunefield Midden campsite, South Africa," set to the music of Herbie Hancock - naturally. Check out the results for yourself.

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