Music News no image

Published on October 2nd, 2014 | by Larry Lootsteen

1

CERN Collider Music – Sheldon Would Approve

CERN Large Hadron Collider

Any science buff or Big Bang Theory fan has heard about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The CERN particle physics lab is celebrating its 60th anniversary on Monday. To celebrate, some scientists there with a passion for music decided to do some ‘composing’!

The threads of the melody come from the ATLAS, CMS, ALICE and LHCb detectors — and they’re performed by scientists and engineers who are involved in those experiments. Why do it? On the LHC Open Symphony blog, Vicinanza and his colleagues explain that melodic interpretation could help blind researchers connect with a scientific discovery, and help anyone “understand, or at least ‘feel,’ the complexity and beauty of a finding.” If nothing else, it’s beautiful music to smash particles by.

Have a listen. What do you think?

Read more here.




Tags: , , , , ,


About the Author

Music is life and I love to write about all things music. Independent music blogger. Writer in general. I am a big fan of alternative and indie music but there's no genre I haven't found something to like.


Related Posts


One Response to CERN Collider Music – Sheldon Would Approve

  1. Pingback: Scherzo TV | CERN Collider Music – Sheldon Would Approve

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back to Top ↑
  • FOLLOW ALAN


  • EntertainmentTO

    Music Tech MeetUp

    EntertainmentTO is the best way to expand your knowledge and network within Toronto’s Entertainment Tech community. Our mission is to inspire and empower those interested in shaping the future of Entertainment, including music, video, sports, and gaming.

    EntertainmentTO is led by Alan Cross, best known nationally and internationally as host of the syndicated radio series The Ongoing History of New Music, The Edge, Q107, and more.

    Join us as we bridge the gap between technology, innovation, and entertainment.

  • Twitter