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The New Safety Dance

Jef Akst has a blog post at The Scientist about the Sounds of Science, a group of students and an alum from the University of California, Berkeley who produce science-related music videos. Their first effort, "Nano Nano," was produced for -- and won -- the American Chemical Society's NanoTube Contest. Here's the group's second production, a musical reminder of good safety practices in the lab:

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