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Music - History / Archeology - 05.05.2021
New online resource uncovers the hidden history of Scottish fiddle music
New online resource uncovers the hidden history of Scottish fiddle music
A new online resource dedicated to the earliest known sources of Scottish fiddle music is being launched today.

Music - 26.03.2021
Seven Questions with... Isha Maggu
This week we meet UCL alumna Isha Maggu, who studied Human-Computer Interaction at UCL and is now working as a Product Designer at a healthcare startup.

Music - 23.03.2021
Lone musicians to play with virtual 'timing-sensitive' colleagues in a new immersive rehearsal platform
Lone musicians to play with virtual ’timing-sensitive’ colleagues in a new immersive rehearsal platform
A system that will enable musicians to play alone, but as if part of a live ensemble, is being developed at the University of Birmingham.

Music - History / Archeology - 24.01.2021
The first appearance of Auld Lang Syne is studied by UofG academics
It is a poem synonymous with Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns. And today Auld Lang Syne has become an anthem sung around the world at New Year.

Research Management - Music - 11.12.2020

Music - Event - 11.02.2020

Music - 15.01.2020
INITIATE internet research project calls for collaboration
Understanding the behaviour of the Internet with its inherent complexity and scale is essential when designing new Internet systems and applications.

Music - 07.11.2019

Music - 17.10.2019

Music - 13.09.2019

Music - 01.07.2019
Tasting words and seeing music in colour...synaesthesia comes to Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
Experts in synaesthesia and people with the condition themselves will be coming to the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition from 1-7 July.

Music - Innovation - 26.06.2019
Jamie Cullum leads world’s first 5G music lesson
Critically acclaimed musician and songwriter Jamie Cullum, led the world's first 5G music lesson from his piano at the two thousand year-old Roman Amphitheatre in London yesterday [Tuesday 25 June],

Computer Science - Music - 14.06.2019

Music - 21.05.2019
Another chance to hear a human history of sound and listening
A BBC Radio series on the history of sound and listening, written and presented by a University of Sussex academic, is being repeated on BBC Radio 4 Extra and BBC Sounds.

Music - Innovation - 07.05.2019
How to create a spotlight of sound with LEGO-like bricks
Academics have created devices capable of manipulating sound in the same way as light - creating exciting new opportunities in entertainment and public communication.

Music - Innovation - 14.03.2019
’Orchestrating the Orchestra’ 5G enables musicians to perform across locations
The public are invited to experience musicians perform a fully synchronised concert across venues in Bristol and London, using 5G Orchestration Technologies on Saturday 16th March.

Music - Life Sciences - 05.02.2019
Deaf moth evolves sound-production as a warning to outwit its predator
A genus of deaf moth has evolved to develop an extraordinary sound-producing structure in its wings to evade its primary predator the bat. The finding, made by researchers from the University of Bristol and Natural History Museum, is described in Scientific Reports today [Tuesday 5 February]. It's already known that some species of moth have evolved a range of defensive mechanisms to evade insectivorous bats' highly-tuned echolocation (biosonar) detection skills.

Music - 08.11.2018
Audience take their MOMENT to conduct live musicians...with their minds!
The MOMENT is a unique brain controlled film where the plot is determined by the viewer, and now for the first time the music from the film will also be conducted live via the thoughts of two members of the audience.

Music - Life Sciences - 07.11.2018
Moths survive bat predation through acoustic camouflage fur
Moths are a mainstay food source for bats, which use echolocation (biological sonar) to hunt their prey. Scientists from the University of Bristol are studying how moths have evolved passive defences over millions of years to resist their primary predators. While some moths have evolved ears that detect the ultrasonic calls of bats, many types of moths remain deaf.

Music - Physics - 17.10.2018
’How can we estimate the mass of the atmosphere?’ Oxford interview questions explained
The University of Oxford is today releasing a set of sample interview questions from tutors who conduct Oxford interviews.