Dancing your way through journal club

February 1, 2012 at 12:06 pm Leave a comment

Last year a Canadian won the international Dance Your PhD competition. I thought this was a very cool concept but not something that I could ever be involved in!

Dance your PhD 2011: A study of social interactivity using pigeon courtship from Emma Ware on Vimeo.

However, the idea that scientific presentations can be accompanied by dance instead of PowerPoint is just mind boggling. Watch as molecular biologist John Bohannon demonstrates just how effective a scientific dance presentation can be!

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