Thursday 27th April 2017
Without children. In the hours convenient for you. Once a month Copernicus opens only for adults: Welcome to another evening for adults. We have a more than 400 interactive and multimedia exhibits and five scientific mini-workshops in seven exhibitions. Besides, we offer additional attractions related to the theme of the evening, which is …” information and communication”.
We are giving 3 talks and mini-performances of Sonicules by Radek Rudnicki, Jakub Hader and Jude Brereton.
Friday 28th April 2017
Presentation and panel discussion at the Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw
17th May 2017
Marvellous Molecules – Pint of Science , The Winning Post, Bishopthorpe Road
Can you hear how tightly an anticancer drug fits with its target biomolecule? Is it possible to control the movement of a nanotrain along nanoscale railways? Listening in on biomolecular processes and constructing nanomachines outside of living cells sounds like science fiction but is in fact reality. Join Jude and Adam as they delve into the fascinating realm of biomolecules.
Friday 24th February 2017
University of Huddersfield
The 9min documentary we made about the Sonicules project was presented at the International Symposium on Sound and Music in Documentary Film (23-24 February 2017)
Saturday 19th November 2016
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama, Manchester
28-30 September, 2016
Białystok University, Poland
Radek and Jakub presented a short version of Sonicules: Audio-visual performance to the delegates of the Polish Bioninformatics Society annual conference in Białystok University. There was lots of interest from the audience and we have plans for future collaborations soon.
Friday 22nd July 2016 9am – 5.30pm
National Centre for Early Music, Walmgate, York
The Departments of Electronics, Music and Theatre Film and Television are pleased to announce the first multi-disciplinary symposium on all aspects of audio and music technology research.
The event brings together all those interested in the research, development, and application of audio and music technology as part of their work, to share recent findings, explore opportunities for collaboration and build a wider community across our institution.
We’ll be presenting the Soncicules video, explaining the science behind the sound, and bringing the Sonicules game for colleagues and delegates to try.
Tuesday 28th June:
University of Derby
Symposium on spatial sound exploring academic, technical and creative practice research in the aesthetics, procedure, technology and perception of technology-based spatial sound.
Tuesday 21st June:
Ron Cooke Hub, Campus East, University of York, 4:30 – 5:30
Come and try our specially developed software and experience the potential of spatial sound in the drug design process.
(drop-in session from 5.30pm – come and try out our software demos)
Live audio-visual performance exploring the process and challenges involved in the design of new anticancer drugs. Followed by Q&A session.
Thursday 26th May , 7.30pm – 10pm
Eagle and Child, Petergate, York