A story about gender...
Ready? Okay, so, here's the thing: much as I enjoy science-ey YouTube songs, this one does not entertain particularly. I think the reason is because it's rather spectacularly objectifying.** I mean, there's the assertions that she's only interesting because she's hot (and at that, only in comparison to other women in the same lab or on the same floor), the suggestions that she take up less prestigious occupations that cater more to her physical attributes (e.g. modeling, sales), the creepy scene where the singer helps her with a pipette (which, presumably, she knew how to use already), and even the part where her advisor/employer is congratulated for having such a hot advisee/employee. Add it all together and there's a rather strong feeling of, "Hey! You're a hot girl! What are YOU doing in a lab? Hot girls don't work in places like this! They stay home and keep themselves pretty." Danica McKellar would not be pleased.
Just sayin' is all.
* Because I'm still busy. Believe it or not, this is not my day job.
** And I don't use that term lightly. Really, I think it's an over-used term and find that it obscures moe than it clarifies.