SubPac is transforming the way we experience music.
Emma Lisle reviews Song of Contagion, a musical performance about attitudes towards infectious diseases, and the lives of people affected by them.
In this Feature, we image what a conversation between Freddie Mercury and his producer might have been like, if his producer had been a massive science nerd and wanted to correct Freddie’s ‘alternative facts’.
In this article we will count down our top ten favourite popular songs written about extra-terrestrials and other worlds from the 1950s to date.
How has music evolved so dramatically? We tread the tricky path from tape to techno…
Anne Petzold finds out what happens when an evolutionary biologist teams up with a music informaticist
Lively scientific explanations but missing the experience of art …
A dancing young sea lion could be blowing the old theory of rhythmic entrainment out the water …
Find out how this Imperial College Professor has been bringing his expertise to the wider world …
Universe of Sound: The Planets The Science Museum 10am-6pm daily from 23 May – 8 July 2012. Entrance is FREE. Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be part of a 132 piece Orchestra? For 6 weeks this summer you can find out… The Science Museum and the Philharmonia Orchestra have teamed up […]
Technologist at BBC R&D The BBC R&D Department is the core of the corporation’s effort to be at the cutting edge of media technology, and drives the exploration of exciting new tools for the production and distribution of programming. In his role as a technologist, Mark Mann has drawn on scientific expertise in developing innovative […]
As a science communication student I find myself constantly coming across new and different ways people try and get across scientific data and knowledge. It can range from typical things such as news articles and blog posts to knitted representations of science. Whilst some of the crazy ways people try and get out their research may […]
It is starting to get colder. Dark clouds are rolling in over London and our coats and umbrellas are already back in action. It must be the festival season. Over the next few months, hundreds of thousands of people will flock to the British countryside for a few days of hedonistic revelry and copious amounts […]
In the run up to the release of I, Science’s Spring 2011 issue on the 11th March, you must excuse me for my lack of blog posts in the past fortnight. Andrew and I have trawled through the pages of the latest issue. After a final round of checks and corrections, we finally sent it […]
Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, resampled into an inspiring scientific message.
Katie Tomlinson & Jan Piotrowski explore the science of drinking. From the night before to the morning after, here is the science behind a great night out.