Tagged: music

nerd nite Wellington 10, featuring Mars, quantum mechanics and Mad Makers - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Apr 03, 2012

This month’s edition of nerd nite Wellington looks to be a cracker. Or, possibly, a corker.     To celebrate the 10th edition,we’ve got people talking about making mad gadgets (and noises with them), KiwiMars and quantum mechanics. April 23rd, from 6pm. And two of them are Scibloggers!  Elf Eldridge and Roger Hanson, to be [...] … Read More

The sound planetarium - Kagaku

Motoko Kakubayashi Oct 01, 2010

Like a traditional planetarium can paint stars on the walls of a room, Japanese scientists have created a sound planetarium where one machine can create a surround sound effect no matter where you stand inside of a room. Developed by researchers at Ritsumeikan University, the team had wanted to create a device that would transmit music around a room … Read More

Why science denial is so very dangerous - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Apr 14, 2010

I heart TED – something to which I’m sure I’ve confessed in past. This morning, I got a fantastic email with some of the latest talks to be posted on TED. While they’re all (of course) brilliant, I’ll make special mention of a talk, entitled ‘The danger of … Read More

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