Behind the scenes in the filming of ARTE’s 42, La réponse à presque tout (the answer to almost everything) episode on sound and hearing
Christer Gummeson interviews Emma Frid on her Swedish Research Council postdoctoral fellowship project for KTH News
Sci Am OpEd asserting that music’s structural attributes and physiological effects make it an ideal tool for learning cardiology; studying heart-brain interactions; and dispensing neuro-cardiac therapy
Was Beethoven’s possible arrhythmia responsible for his distinctive rhythms? Learn about ventricular ectopics and the making of Arrhythmia Suite, III., from his Fifth Symphony
Are arrhythmia inherently musical? What does arrhythmia feel like? Listen to these musical renditions of snippets of ECG from a patient with atrial fibrillation and other rhythm disturbances and judge for yourself.
Emma Frid speaks to Karolina Jawad on her work on sound and music interfaces designed to promote health and inclusion
“Libérer le pouvoir thérapeutique de la musique grâce aux mathématiques” de la collection “Comment le ERC a transformé la science” en français
European Heart Journal CardioPulse article Putting (One’s) Heart Into Music now in print
Lawrence Fyfe, software engineer of the CosmoNote citizen science platform, and sound engineer / perception doctoral researcher Daniel Bedoya to answer questions on CosmoNote following video at World Audio Conference.
Do you find complex, contemporary music difficult and alienating? Would that change if you could control the tempo of the music? Emily Graber’s Marie Curie Fellowship EAR STRETCH aims to increase appreciation for contemporary music by providing active tempo control with physiological monitoring