For four years now Science has been recognizing Ph.D.s that are strong not only in their understanding of their research, but how they can portray this research to a larger crowd -- through song and dance.
Joel Miller, a biomedical engineer at the University of Western Australia in Perth, won this years top award for Dancing his Ph.D., he also swept the Physics category. What I learned from the video: His research is based on titanium alloys strong enough for lasting hip replacements - and he uses lasers to create these alloys.
I would love to know what you think:
There were additional categories. and winners found here: Science Magazine "Dance Your Ph.D."