Students compose music through science


Dozens of local students learned to connect music with planetary science at the University of Evansville on Tuesday.

The program, put on by the Da Vinci Institute of Evansville, used technology to help students visualize how sound becomes music and then connected it back to planetary science.

The students used the principles to create their own music.

When the students return to class, they will take what they’ve learned and turn it into a program to teach younger students.

The Da Vinci Institute is a group of community leaders who promote collaboration in the areas of art, science, and the humanities.

This is the third year for the project.

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(This story was originally published on January 22, 2019)

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