Dr. Raychelle Burks has done it again. The post-doctoral fellow in Doane’s chemistry department, whose video on a hypothetical zombie repellent cologne made NBCNews.com’s Weird Science in March, has made headlines with another video. This time, Burks took another spin on science in pop culture, breaking down which real-life poison is most like that found in a recent episode of the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones.”
Cyanide or Strychnine? Pick Your Poison for 'Game of Thrones' http://t.co/Kd8t7EuqIW — NBC News Science (@NBCNewsScience) April 30, 2014Burks first turned heads when she presented about "Eau de Death" for the zombie apocalypse at Sci Pop Talks, a speaking series collaboration of Doane and University of Nebraska-Lincoln science faculty that ran from March to April. Watch the latest video she appears in, part of the “Reactions” series produced by the American Chemical Society.