1. Cutting Sequences on the Double Pentagon, explained through dance

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    from Diana Davis Added 30.4K 37 7

    This video won the Physics and Math category of the 2012 "Dance Your PhD" competition, sponsored by Science and TED. Here is the FAQ about how we created this video: https://vimeo.com/47273811 The…

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    • How does your brain analyze incoming visual information? - Dance Your PhD contest 2010

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      from Maartje C. de Jong Added 25.8K 13 1

      ‘I saw it with my own eyes!’ We tend to believe what we see with our eyes is real and accurate. What we often do not realize is that our eyes register only a reflection of the outside…

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      • Ant Ballet

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        from Ollie Palmer Added 18K 88 1

        This video was filmed in Barcelona in August 2011. It shows the first public testing of the Ant Ballet Machine. Using synthesised pheromones (Z9:16Ald Hexadecanol) and highly invasive Linepthinema…

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        • CogNovo Project - Intro Video 2

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          from 3deep Media Added 17.5K 1 0

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          • Dance your PhD 2014 - Photoswitchable zinc-finger

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            from Claudia Poloni Added 14.8K 28 2

            In this video I want to show part of my PhD research which involves the incorporation of a molecular motor into a biological system. A molecular motor consists of two units that can rotate unidirectionally…

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            • Dr. Michael Brown's testimony - from LSD to PHD.

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              from RealMessiah.com Added 14.8K 12 1

              Dr. Michael Brown recounts his Jewish youth, which included experimenting with drugs and rock n roll. He shares how he came to know Yeshua (Jesus) as his personal savior.

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              • Electrons and Phonons in Superconductors: A Love Story.

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                from Irwin Singer Added 11.6K 4 0

                Phonons play two different roles in metals. At high temperatures, they scatter electrons, giving rise to electrical resistivity. At low temperatures, when a metal becomes a supeconductor, phonons…

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                • Kari Alison Hodge's Dance Your PhD - The Search for Gravitational Waves in LIGO Data from the Coalescence of Two Black Holes

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                  from Kari Alison Hodge Added 11K 8 0

                  Hi! I am a graduate student at Caltech and this video is my entry in the 2013 "Dance Your PhD" contest. An introduction to my PhD research is below, as is some background regarding the vocal…

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                  • Artists Report Back, Animated

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                    from BFAMFAPhD Added

                    BFAMFAPhD Single-channel video 06:45 2014 Written by: Susan Jahoda, Blair Murphy, Caroline Woolard Sound: Dia Felix Voice: Susan Jahoda, Art Jones Demographic Analyst: Vicky Virgin Animation:…

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                    • LKeneficDanceyourPhD2010

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                      from Leo Kenefic Added 9,503 2 1

                      Background Disease introduction into the New World during colonial expansion is well documented and had a major impact on indigenous populations; however, few diseases have been associated with early…

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