We are happy to announce The Crastina science haiku competition! The challenge is to describe your research, alternatively your work or studies in the STEMM field, in the form of a haiku.
Here is an example from Dorota Paczesniak, who is a member of the Crastina network as well as a postdoctoral Research Fellow at Leibniz Institute in Germany.
invest in reproduction
gene expression puzzle
- Your submission should be posted in the comments below before April 10, 6 PM CET.
- Your haiku should be a brief three-line poem, but we are not purists when it comes to the right number of syllables etc. We will gladly accept whatever your high-school teachers accepted as a haiku.
- The winner will be announced as soon as the jury, a motley crew of Crastina-connected people, has made up its mind.
- Submitted haikus will be published – with full acknowledgements – in Crastina’s Twitter feed.
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