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#1 innopac

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 12:57 PM

[size=4][font=times new roman,times,serif] TEDx Talk

John Bohannon: Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal[/font][/size]

[size=4][font=times new roman,times,serif]"Use dancers instead of powerpoint. That's science writer John Bohannon's "modest proposal." In this spellbinding choreographed talk from TEDxBrussels he makes his case by example, aided by dancers from Black Label Movement."

http://www.ted.com/t...awesm-publisher

The “Dance Your Ph.D.” Contest

http://gonzolabs.org/dance/[/font][/size]


[size=4][font=times new roman,times,serif]The Contest 2011

"The rules of the contest were simple: Each dance had to be based on a scientist's Ph.D. research, and that scientist had to be part of the dance. A record 55 dances were submitted to this year's contest, covering everything from psychology to astrophysics. Last week, 16 finalists were chosen by six previous winners of the contest. The finalists were then scored by a panel of judges that included scientists from Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Boston University, as well as choreographers from Pilobolus and the entire dance cast of Shadowland."[/font][/size]


[size=4][font=times new roman,times,serif]'Dance Your Ph.D.' Winner Announced[/font][/size]


[size=4][font=times new roman,times,serif]http://news.sciencem...-announced.html[/font][/size]




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