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Two Anglia Ruskin University scientists took centre stage at a CERN conference in Switzerland to discuss their work looking at how sound and music can be used as tools for scientific investigation. Dr Domenico Vicinanza and Dr Genevieve Williams of our Faculty of Science & Technology delivered the keynote presentation, their talk showcased the benefits of using data sonification, which is where complex data is conveyed as audio signals as opposed to visual illustrations, such as graphs. Dr Vicinanza and Dr Williams are using their expertise to help with new breakthroughs in areas ranging from sport science to the analysis of cancer biopsies. Check out their interview:
How music could deliver scientific breakthroughs - Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin academics showcase their data sonification work at CERN conference