Category Archives: art/science fusion
At last month’s meeting in San Marcos, Wendy Silk’s friend Dave Nachmanoff mentioned Jim Ocean to me. I hadn’t heard of Jim, but it turns out that he has almost finished an album of songs about science, and that the … Continue reading
This review has moved to Greg Crowther’s personal blog.
On Friday, SAS&M network members and other art-science interdisciplinarians descended upon CSU-San Marcos for a one-day meeting hosted by Wendy Silk of UC-Davis and Merryl Goldberg of CSUSM. The format consisted of 20-minute talks intermixed with related but free-flowing conversations. … Continue reading
Is the community of scientists who make parodies of Lady Gaga music videos large enough to devote an advice column to them? Carin Bondar (of the Scientific American blog PsiVid) thinks so. In her post on “Gaga-Sci”, she offers the … Continue reading
Fans of science-based music may already be familiar with The Amygdaloids, the NYC band fronted by NYU neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux. LeDoux has just published two pieces about his musical endeavors and their connections to his research: The flip side: scientists … Continue reading
We previously mentioned the “Dance Your Ph.D.” contest, the first round of which has since concluded. Suzanne Winter of BioTechniques.com gives us an update in her article “Shake your groove thing,” which focuses on the winner in the chemistry category, … Continue reading