I love creative ways to convey information.  Linked below is one of the cleverest I’ve seen in a long time: Maureen McKeague—a chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada—turned her complicated thesis into an easy-to-follow dance routine.

After watching her video, I clearly did not understand the processes involved in “Selection of a DNA aptamer for homocysteine using systematic evolution of ligands by exponential enrichment”.  I did, however, have some idea of what she’s talking about, plus a smile on my face.

It’s well worth a viewing.

Via: Chemistry Ph.D. thesis explained via dance routine – Boing Boing.