All About That Space

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Hello Sci-Friends!

What happens when Coma Niddy sciencifies the hit song All About That Bass? You’ll get All About That Space (see what I did there?).

All About That Space is a cosmic melody that is good for your ears and your brain. Packaging together scientific literacy, climate change, stars exploding and more. It’s like the Cosmos meets Pop Music.

But you won’t know until you watch the video. So go ahead, press the play button and enjoy!

Raise Your Hand For Perfect Pitch

Training the novice ear to identify musical notes with motion. More information on this story at http://www.insidescience.org/content/raise-your-hand-perfect-pitch/1661

via Inside Science.


Can Music Save Your Life?

Just how powerful is music? We discuss some amazing effects that music has on the body, and how it could potentially be used to extend life.

What are the songs that you’d choose to jog your memory?

via AsapTHOUGHT.


Sound Machine

Tom Scholz takes us behind the scenes for a one-of-a-kind tour of his studio and his life.

Tom Scholz is an MIT-trained engineer and inventor who also happens to be the mastermind, songwriter and lead guitarist of the band Boston. Boston has sold something like a bajillion albums and Tom continues to record, tour and invent equipment for himself and other musicians.

via NOVA’s Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers.
Web: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/secretlife/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/novasecretlife

Tom Scholz: The Start of It

Tom Scholz starts his journey from mild-mannered Polaroid engineer to guitar-shredding God of Rock.

Tom Scholz is an MIT-trained engineer and inventor who also happens to be the mastermind, songwriter and lead guitarist of the band Boston. Boston has sold something like a bajillion albums and Tom continues to record, tour and invent equipment for himself and other musicians.

via NOVA’s Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers.
Web: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/secretlife/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NOVASecretLife