For the past 8 years, Science Magazine and Gonzo Labs has provided us with hours of amusement as doctoral candidates and PhD recipients explain their research through the medium of interpretive dance. This year Florence Metz won this illustrious prize for the reinterpretation of her research on how to best achieve a high quality water protection policy.
But we here at Bitter Empire believe that there is nothing better than learning all about cutting edge science through the medium of dance. And so, we bring you our favorites from the 2015 competition.
Overall Favoritest Ever
Jordan Flanagan’s “Fresh Fish of the Broughton” is not only hilarious – a totally awesome reworking of the “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” that we think everyone should watch – it is also an excellent explanation of the issues surrounding the increase in aquaculture, specifically the problems caused to wild salmon by salmon farming.