2013-videos

In the BIOLOGY category, Kenneth Estrellas dances the PhD thesis, “Hydrogel-Mediated Cell Therapy for Muscle Diseases.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Sharon Bassan dances the PhD thesis, “Global Justice in the Case of Cross Border Reproductive Transactions.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the PHYSICS category, Kari Alison Hodge dances the PhD thesis, “The Search for Gravitational Waves from the Coalescence of Black Hole Binary Systems in Data from the LIGO and Virgo Detectors.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Jaswandi Pitale dances the PhD thesis, “Development of a wearable sensor to test and promote motor learning by Indian dance therapy in children who show toe-walking.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Wesley van Oeffelen dances the PhD thesis, “Identifying Novel Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Neural Control of Food Intake and its Interaction with Chronic Stress.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the PHYSICS category, Vera Mersheeva dances the PhD thesis, ” UAV Routing Problem for area monitoring in a disaster situation.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Doerte Weig dances the PhD thesis, “Motility and Relational Mobility of the Baka in North-Eastern Gabon.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Antonia Nyström Sandman dances the PhD thesis, “Modelling spatial and temporal species distribution in the Baltic Sea phytobenthic zone.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Julia Basso dances the PhD thesis, “Investigation of the behavioral processes and neurobiological substrates involved in the motivation for voluntary wheel running in the rat .” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Tina Sundelin dances the PhD thesis, “Sleep loss in a social world.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Emily Moberg dances the PhD thesis, “The Bioeconomic Implications of Climate Change on Fisheries.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Sylviane Chassot dances the PhD thesis, “Thinking, fast and slow, and renewable energy investment decision making.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Cedric Tan dances the PhD thesis, “Sperm competition between brothers and female choice.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the CHEMISTRY category, Ambalika Khadria dances the PhD thesis, “Biophysical characterization of transmembrane peptides using Fluorescence.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Shraddha Karve dances the PhD thesis, “Experimental evolution of laboratory populations of E. coli in fluctuating environment.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Natalia Reglero dances the PhD thesis, “Apicobasal polarity controls lymphocyte adhesion to hepatic cells.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the PHYSICS category, Jean-Louis Bouvier dances the PhD thesis, “Development of a solar driven micro Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system with direct steam generation .” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the PHYSICS category, Chiara Vitelli dances the PhD thesis, “Generation and Manipulation of multiphoton quantum states of light.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the CHEMISTRY category, Morana Vitezic dances the PhD thesis, “Inferring transcriptional regulation on the promoter level and its applications to diseases.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the CHEMISTRY category, David Rogawski dances the PhD thesis, “Small molecule inhibitors for the Ash1L histone methyltransferase.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the CHEMISTRY category, Maral Pourghiasian dances the PhD thesis, “Radiolabelled Peptides to Improve Cancer Diagnosis by Positron Emission Tomography (PET).” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Lisa Orr dances the PhD thesis, “The gestural communication of captive bonobos.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Mingzi Xu dances the PhD thesis, “Signaling in the resolution of sexual conflicts in Odonates.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the PHYSICS category, Timothy Hunter dances the PhD thesis, “Multi-Axial Fatigue for Predicting Life of Mechanical Components.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Olga Ikonnikova dances the PhD thesis, “The Diachrony of the Category of Adjective.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the CHEMISTRY category, Jing Zhou dances the PhD thesis, “Focal adhesion kinase as a cellular transducer.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Zack Brym dances the PhD thesis, “Developing An Agroecological Approach To Tree Fruit Production.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the BIOLOGY category, Andres Florez dances the PhD thesis, “Understanding the Role of MYCN in Neuroblastoma using a Systems Biology Approach.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Audrey Tang dances the PhD thesis, “Love’s Labours Redressed: Reframing emotional labour as an interactive process.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Manu Munoz-Herrera dances the PhD thesis, “Heterogeneity in Exchange Networks.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.


In the SOCIAL SCIENCE category, Lizzy Pope dances the PhD thesis, “Burn and Earn: Incentivizing Exercise In First-Year College Students.” See an explanation of the research and the dance HERE.