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    For Wise: Ph.D. Thesis Presented Via Dance: Role of Vit. D in Beta cell function

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiTFB...me-dance-moves


    Sorry, don't know how to embed youtube link above. I think Dr. Young will enjoy this.

    "..Dance Your Ph.D" contest, an annual challenge designed to give scientists the chance to express their thesis work through dance. This year's winners have just been announced, and include Sue Lynn Lau, a graduate student at the University of Sydney, Australia, who designed a routine as a representation of her thesis, "The role of Vitamin D in beta-cell function." The synopsis given on Lau's entry: "Every PhD begins in the dark, but it takes only a few bright sparks to kindle the flame of discovery...."

    http://jezebel.com/5100115/she-blind...me-dance-moves
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    Very creative and right on target. She and her friends look like they are having fun as well. The best kind of science. Wise.

    Originally posted by betheny View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiTFB...me-dance-moves


    Sorry, don't know how to embed youtube link above. I think Dr. Young will enjoy this.

    "..Dance Your Ph.D" contest, an annual challenge designed to give scientists the chance to express their thesis work through dance. This year's winners have just been announced, and include Sue Lynn Lau, a graduate student at the University of Sydney, Australia, who designed a routine as a representation of her thesis, "The role of Vitamin D in beta-cell function." The synopsis given on Lau's entry: "Every PhD begins in the dark, but it takes only a few bright sparks to kindle the flame of discovery...."

    http://jezebel.com/5100115/she-blind...me-dance-moves

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      #3
      too funny !!

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