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Songs about Science XIV – Nano vs Fire

It’s a double bill on today’s edition of songs about science. First up, the Nano Song.

This is the UC Berkeley entry in the American Chemical Society’s ‘What is Nano?’ contest. “We put a lot of work into making something we hoped would be accessible and enjoyable for everyone we know who doesn’t spend their life studying nanoscience,” says Patrick Bennett, the scientist who directed the video, told Wired.

The next item for your delectation is the welcome return of Richard Alley, who some of you may remember for his “musical review about the problem of scarce resources” set to the tune of Proud Mary and others may remember for his glacial calving work. Via the Highly Allochthonous blog comes this geological reworking of ‘Ring of Fire’.

Below the fold: Previously on Songs about Science

Songs about science

Songs of science part II

Songs about science part III: geology

Songs about science part IV: GeekPop08

Songs about science part V: singing scientists

Songs about science part VI: ‘Don’t go messing with our telescope’

Songs about science VII: ‘It’s a long way from Amphioxus’

Songs about pseudo-science

Songs about science part VIII: the astrobiology rap

Songs about science IX: Rollin’ to the Future

Songs about science X: drilling’s killer songs

Songs about science XI: Charlie Darwin

Songs about science XII: Shubin’s song

Songs about science XIII: ‘This stuff is far!’


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    Anil said:

    I just love this song. Already listened 4 times.

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