- In case you missed it
- Maths conference success!
- Big changes in 22 Gordon Square
- STS student wins Faculty Award
- STS Welcomes Dr Emma Tobin
- STS class of 2010 graduates
- BSHS awards ‘special commendation’
- Summer success of 199 and rising: Science communication workshops in Croatia
- STS Seminar Series Announced
- Where did our brain's go?
- Emma Tobin: philosophy with ice cream for STS’s new lecturer
- Doctor Doctor! A new PhD in STS
- What's in YOUR placebo?
- BJPS comes to STS
- Gold Medal for STSers in Synthetic Biology at MIT Competition
- Chiara shines at Bright Club
- STS IBSc Student Wins Prestigious H.A.B Simons Prize!
- new modules for next session
- Job Opportunity: Research Assistant (0.3 FTE)
- Meet STS's New Green Champion
- Finalists Speak Up! National Student Survey
- Europe's planetary scientists meet MEPs, thanks to STS student
- Bee Fayre a Success!
- Podcast: Gillies' recollections
- Mr Nicholson is Proud to Present...
- "All art is quite useless." Or not...
- Finalists Speak Up! National Student Survey
- ESRC doctoral fellowship available
- No Ordinary Space
- Prizes 2010-11
- OneBook selected for 2011
- Chiara mentioned in Faculty dispatch
- New appointment: Lecturer
- STS launches new medical modules
- New arrival - Dr Bill MacLehose
- Departure - Dr Jeremy Howick
- Winner - Research Fellowship
- STS student wins 2011 Faculty Medal
- The Secret Life of Plants
- “Music of the Stars” podcast released
- Call for Papers: 2011 Ancient Science Conference
- New Module! Revised Catalogue!
- STS student makes Dean's List
- Prize-winning students
- UCAS rewards for STS
- STS success hits YouTube
- Charles Laine: tragedy
- 2012 Graduation - Congratulations
- New Podcast Series: Thinking About Science
- STS seminar: Thomas Kuhn on Ancient Science
- Engaging Teachers in Gender-Aware Practice
- New Book! Managing Privacy Through Accountability
- New Careers Podcast
- University Challenge
- On the winning team!
- Going, Going, Ghent
- Higg's Boson Podcast!
- STS Staff and Students at Landmark Conference
- Philosophy of Medicine: New Article
- STS reunion plans - announced
- Ambrosio: Art and Science mix
- video: Miller talks about Chemical Cosmos
- Thinking About Science: Episode 4
- Praise for STS teaching
- Thinking About Science Episode 5
- New Careers Podcast!
- MSc student 'makes' news
- History of Pre-Modern Medicine Seminar Series 2012-13
- STS success at iBSc fair
- STS Lecturer at The House of Lords
- Grant success: Balmer on the History of Biological Weapons
- Histories of Scientific Experience
- Another Win for STS Student!
- Will The Geek Inherit the Earth?
- OCEANIC ENTERPRISE
- The Genius of Invention
- Thinking About Science: Episode 6
- Blog Winners Announced
- Finalists! Speak Up!
- BPPA Masterclass Success!
- MAPS students praise STS teaching
- STS research fellow in MRC Suffrage Science event
- Semi Final Ahoy!
- DEUS IN MACHINA
- Responsible Innovation in Europe
- STS Students Take Action
- Semi Final Challenge
- Science and Security Grant
- The Spanish Collaboration
- MATERIAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
- Vacancy: Senior Lecturer in Science Communication
- STS Students on the BBC
- Mechanisms & Causality Workshop
- Vacancy: Research Associate Cold War History
- National praise for Agar
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“Music of the Stars” podcast released
12 August 2011
In May 2011, STS hosted Silvia De Bianchi’s workshop, “The Harmony of the Sphere: Kant and Herschel on the Universe and the Astronomical Phenomena”.
This included a concert, “Music of the Stars.” Sara Stowe and Matthew Spring worked through a selection of astronomy-related pieces ranging from medieval to modern. It featured voice, lute and harpsichord music by composers who, like John Dunstable, Vincenzo Gallileo and William Hershel, were also astronomers. Early works are juxtaposed with modern pieces inspired by thoughts of space and stars.
The recording and programme of the concert, as well as lecturecasts and slides from workshop presentations, now is available (link).
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