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I love NOVA’s series on the Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers because it often features scientists who do amazing things in addition to their research. Today, the program features a short video on Crystal Dilworth, a recent Molecular Neuroscience Ph.D. from Caltech who went from dancing in New York, to researching in California, to putting on dance productions with scientists and engineers at Caltech. In addition to these accomplishments, Dilsworth is an active science communicator, hosting a science webseries and contributing writing for Al Jazeera. Check out NOVA’s video on her below. If she seems really familiar and comfortable on the camera, it may be because you remember her playing the role of Tajel in the PhD Comics movie.

Princess Ojiaku About the Author: Princess Ojiaku is a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin - Madison in Neuroscience and Public Policy. She is also a student of life, exuberant nerd, and musician. She often tweets her daily links of interest and digital personal mutterings. Follow on Twitter @artfulaction.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.



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