Scientific American: UNH researcher among scientists turning data into heavenly sounds

These compositions can engage the public in a way that goes beyond words and images alone, according to Marty Quinn, a sonification researcher at the University of New Hampshire. Quinn has composed sonifications since the early 1990s, with projects ranging from Martian polar ice caps to the ribbon of energy at the solar system's edge.


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