So once again serendipity has reared its lovely head. Actually, that's unfair, I wouldn't call what's happened here "luck", as there's been a lot of leg-work and networking that gotten this stuff out there, but anyway...
A few weeks ago I answered a question on Quora: What are some ways to survive the Zombie Apocalypse?
I filled it with tons of pictures that Tim Verstynen and I made as part of our work with the Zombie Research Society for zomBcon last year (where I got to meet and interview George Romero!)
In that answer I linked to my NerdNite presentation that had tons of those "data":
Well, someone working with Pimsleur saw the video and Quora response and shot me an email asking if he could create an infographic on how our "results" inform ways in which we could survive the zombie apocalypse.
In the mean time I'd been in touch with Angela over at Wired about doing something zombie-related, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity.
She thought so too! So here's the article on Wired:
How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse Using Science
I've talked at length on this blog about why I do the zombie neuroscience stuff: it's a tongue-in-cheek jab at cognitive neuroscience, it gets people to accidentally learn about the brain, and it's just damn excellent geeky fun!
So far this zombie stuff has lead to an interview for National Geographic's The Truth Behind Zombies, my new article in Wired, speaking at zomBcon, and now speaking on two panels at Comic-Con.
Like I said, if only my actual research lead to such opportunities!