Chemistry Ph.D. thesis explained via dance routine

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16 Responses to “Chemistry Ph.D. thesis explained via dance routine”

  1. Anonymous says:

    @#4 All of the songs are remakes from Glee.

  2. alphabomb says:

    Call me old fashioned, but I prefer times gone by:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9dhO0iCLww

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s pretty darn good, but it’s no “Resolving Pathways of Functional Coupling in Human Hemoglobin Using Quantitative Low Temperature Isoelectric Focusing of Asymmetric Mutant Hybrids”. Now *that’s* a classic in the field of organic chemistry interpretive dance.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L1UJgYH6bU

  4. Anonymous says:

    My vote is for “Directed transport without net bias in physics and biology” http://vimeo.com/12508286 :D

  5. magnetiquewolf says:

    sooooo awesome!

  6. Astragali says:

    It put me in mind of the 16 golden retrievers that teach you about atoms (also featured here on BB).

  7. Anonymous says:

    That was so awesome.

  8. lookitsmarc says:

    I normally wouldn’t do this, but OTTAWA is the capital of Canada. I am actually writing this from Carleton University’s campus. I can imagine my thesis could have a pretty sweet dance (guidance systems of planetary rovers). Think WALL-E + EVE?

  9. monkey says:

    as isadora duncan said “if i could say it, i wouldn’t have to dance!” if she was more into science, organic chemistry would be like one big momix performance now. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SJ4NLLbO8g and that’s not a bad thing!

  10. ian says:

    @#5: I was hoping someone would post the protein synthesis dance.

  11. Felton / Moderator says:

    Dance Dance Evolution!

  12. Anonymous says:

    i wonder why they used the remake versions of the songs. Some of them were passable (the Supremes and Gaga) while others (Safety Dance, Another One Bites the Dust) were painful.

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