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Physics - Music - 20.09.2021
The nanophotonics orchestra presents: Twisting to the light of nanoparticles
The nanophotonics orchestra presents: Twisting to the light of nanoparticles
Physicists at the University of Bath observe a new physical effect in chiral (twisted) nanoparticles. Last updated on Thursday 23 September 2021 Physics researchers at the University of Bath discover a new physical effect relating to the interactions between light and twisted materials - an effect that is likely to have implications for emerging new nanotechnologies in communications, nanorobotics and ultra-thin optical components.

Music - Life Sciences - 26.08.2021
Why can’t we identify music notes as well as colors? A perfect pitch study offers clues
UChicago Board of Trustees' gift launches new $200 million commitment to undergraduate financial aid and educational access Both light and sound travel as waves, with characteristics that allow people with typical vision and hearing to perceive and categorize them when they reach their eyes and ears: "That's a small red dog barking," someone might say.

Music - Computer Science - 12.08.2021
Do You Hear What I Hear? A Cyberattack
Carnegie Mellon University Cybersecurity analysts deal with enormous amounts of data, especially when monitoring network traffic. Printed out, a single day's worth of network traffic may rival a thick phonebook. Detecting an abnormality is like finding a needle in a haystack. "It's an ocean of data," said Yang Cai (left), a senior systems scientist in Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab.

Health - Music - 15.07.2021
Music Streaming Consumption Fell During COVID-19 Lockdowns
Carnegie Mellon University Researchers said countries where fewer people were commuting and traveling due to restrictions also saw video platform usage surges The COVID-19 pandemic was expected to change how people consume media. A new study analyzed online music streaming data for top songs for two years in 60 countries, as well as COVID-19 case and lockdown statistics and daily mobility data, to determine the nature of those changes.

Music - Health - 04.03.2021
Musical Memories as Mood Boosters
Musical Memories as Mood Boosters
Hearing sounds that are linked to positive experiences from the past can considerably increase well-being, reduce depressive moods and alleviate behavioral problems in people with memory loss, a study by the University of Zurich in cooperation with clinical partners has found. The work with music and memories also benefits the nursing staff and carers involved.

Music - Computer Science - 19.01.2021
Machine learning helps retrace evolution of classical music
Machine learning helps retrace evolution of classical music
Researchers in EPFL's Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab in the College of Humanities used an unsupervised machine learning model to 'listen to' and categorize more than 13,000 pieces of Western classical music, revealing how modes - such as major and minor - have changed throughout history. Many people may not be able to define what a minor mode is in music, but most would almost certainly recognize a piece played in a minor key.