Musicians and Scientists

  • August 19, 2017 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - August 2017

    *In this issue: Scientists on Desert Island Discs and Science Mixtape, Baba Brinkman at Edinburgh Fringe, a biologist’s melodic death metal band, and more. *

  • May 21, 2017 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - May 2017

    *In this issue: FuturePub talk about musicians and scientists working together, announcement of VOICES virtual conference about songs in science, congratulations to The Offspring's Dexter Holland on f...

  • February 16, 2017 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - February 2017

    *In this issue: Why are so many scientists also musicians? And is that even the right question to ask? Plus, hear Jim Moray's science-inspired song, and vote for him in the BBC2 folk awards. And as us...

  • November 28, 2016 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - November 2016

    *In this issue: The arts and science divide, seen from both sides; London Euphonia Orchestra performing Elgar’s Nimrod (plus a concert announcement); and the usual collection of science and music li...

  • August 12, 2016 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - August 2016

    *In this issue: Featuring musicians across the spectrum from classical (Herschel) and folk (Nancy Kerr) to punk (The Descendents) and rap (GZA). All are either scientists or inspired by science. Plus:...

  • May 20, 2016 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - May 2016

    *In this issue: Why are songs about science often so...silly? They're not always, as the featured music by Diane Nalini proves. Also includes: Ben Folds singing about astrophysics, Stephon Alexander's...

  • February 16, 2016 Musisci Quarterly Newsletter - February 2016

    *In this issue: a bit about Herschel, Music of the Spheres art/music/science project, Chris Hadfield's cover of Space Oddity, music inspired by neutrinos, and more. *