Elaine Chew is among the 10 winners interviewed in the Falling Walls Global Call Art & Science category. Read about the inspiring work by the interviewees
Among >1,000 high-quality projects, understanding music’s effect on the heart is one of the 10 winners in the Art & Science category!
Professor Elaine Chew has been announced as a finalist in the Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year 2023, Art and Science category,
Had a blast with Christopher and Colleen Catania of the Live Fix Podcast on the tremendous and profound impact live music has on our hearts and human physiology. Don’t miss the part where Colleen asks what would happen if the hearts of two concert fans were transplanted and swapped.
The NMES comms undercover agents Lizzie Ellen and Emily Pulham report on their HeartFM experience on instagram and twitter
Article featuring two European projects, HeartFM and GOING VIRAL, about music and medicine in the 1600s and today
Behind the scenes in the filming of ARTE’s 42, La réponse à presque tout (the answer to almost everything) episode on sound and hearing
Christer Gummeson interviews Emma Frid on her Swedish Research Council postdoctoral fellowship project for KTH News
Emma Frid speaks to Karolina Jawad on her work on sound and music interfaces designed to promote health and inclusion
“Libérer le pouvoir thérapeutique de la musique grâce aux mathématiques” de la collection “Comment le ERC a transformé la science” en français