Saturday, November 29, 2008

Explaining Science with Interpretive Dance

Oh, yeah. Check out some of the winners here. To quote the Science Now article:
Six weeks ago, the Gonzo Scientist challenged researchers around the world to interpret their Ph.D. research in dance form, film the dance, and share it with the world on YouTube (Science, 10 October, p. 186). By the 11 p.m. deadline this past Sunday, 36 dances--including solo ballet and circus spectacle--had been submitted online. A panel of nine judges--the three winners of the first "Dance Your Ph.D." contest, three scientists from Harvard University, and three artistic directors of the dance company Pilobolus--scored the dances on their ability to bridge the art and science worlds. Today, ScienceScience Dance Contest in four categories

Powered by ScribeFire.

No comments: