I’m entering a nationwide video/poster competition organized by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under the IGERT program. There are over 100 three-minute-videos/posters in the competition. The videos/posters are divided into 18 fields, all of which are multidisciplinary. Mine covers cognition/biology/physics.
The competition has a Public Choice award. Winning the award requires Facebook “likes” on my page. I need on the order ~1000 “likes” to be in contention. The bar has been raised from last year’s. The competition is fierce. Each/every vote from the Brandeis community counts!
The competition opens today (5/21) and ends Thursday (5/23) at 10pm. For a vote to count, it is imperative to click on the “Public Choice” button, which would then trigger a Facebook “like” sign-in. Anyone with an existing Facebook account can contribute.
Here’s the link to my 3-minute video/poster:
Act now! Tthe competition closes on Thursday at 10pm!
Hope you enjoy the videos!
Update (2 pm):
Andrew Russell from the Petsko-Ringe lab also has a poster in the competition on studying Aβ oligomers to understand Alzheimer’s Disease – check it out — vote early, vote often?