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Submission + - Science magazine makes scientists dance

cHALiTO writes: "John Bohannon has a nice article in science magazine asking a simple question: can scientists dance? His way of finding out turns out to be quite interesting. From the Article:

"Can scientists dance?" (If you've ever witnessed the weddinglike awkwardness of dances at scientific conferences, you know what I mean.)
The rules were simple: Using no words or images, interpret your Ph.D. thesis in dance form. Entrants were divided into three categories — graduate student, postdoc, and professor — and the prize for each was a year's subscription to Science.

Also check out his site if you think you can dance out your CS thesis."
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Science magazine makes scientists dance

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