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NewsHour Science Reporter Talks about Science Rap Contest

  • Aired: 06/05/2013
  • 03:06
  • Rating: NR
Last week, NewsHour announced the finalists for the PBS NewsHour's GZA-inspired science rap contest. The entries were terrific and ranged from rocks and space and dinosaurs to cell division and cancer research. We were looking for while following the rules: metaphor, rhyme and 16 bars of verse, among them. NewsHour's Christina Bellantoni speaks to science reporter Jenny Marder about the contest.
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