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How would you explain your Ph.D. research to someone with no scientific background? Let’s say for example, your thesis is: “Odd-Z Transactinide Compound Nucleus Reactions Including the Discovery of 260Bh.” Where would you even begin?
How about doing a hula hoop dance while being pelted with glowing balls? That was the solution discovered by Sarah Wilk, the author of the above chemistry Ph.D. thesis at the University of California, Berkeley. Her entry is one of the 12 finalists in the 2012 Dance Your Ph.D. contest. The other dances include techniques such as break dancing and burlesque.
This is the 5th year of the contest, sponsored by Science and AAAS (Science’s publisher). The aim is to challenge scientists to explain their research through dance, the most jargon-free medium available.
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The Smithsonian’s exhibition of the first jumping spider to survive the trip to space has turned out to be short lived: The arachnid astronaut died just days after going on display.“It is with sadness that we announce the death of Nefertiti, the ‘Spidernaut,’” the staff at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. wrote on Facebook Monday (Dec. 3).
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