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Sing for Science @ the MIT Museum

The MIT Museum is partnering with the producers of the Top 10 Music Interview podcast Sing for Science bringing live interviews with musicians and scientists to the museum’s Lee Family Exchange space.

Sing For Science is a science and music podcast produced with Talkhouse featuring musicians in conversation with scientists about science as it connects to their most famous songs.

$15 General Public
$5 for MIT ID holders

Horror Movie Science with Ice Nine Kills singer, Spencer Charnas

Ever wonder why some of us love to be frightened? Join us for a special taping of the Top 10 Music Interview podcast, Sing For Science with heavy metal singer Spencer Charnas (Ice Nine Kills) and psychologist, Dr. Sarah Rose Cavanagh. We’ll talk about our favorite horror movies, recreational fear research, monster theory, disgust theory and more!

This program has sold out.

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Spencer Charnas

Ice Nine Kills
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Dr. Sarah Rose Cavanagh

Psychologist, Simmons University
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Matt Whyte

Host and Producer, Sing for Science podcast

Past Sessions

Musician Ani DiFranco and Harvard physicist Melissa Franklin discuss “The Atom”

Join us for a special live taping with host Matt Whyte, Grammy winning singer/songwriter Ani DiFranco, and Harvard University experimental particle physicist Melissa Franklin as they discuss Ani’s song “The Atom.”

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Matt Whyte

Host and Producer, Sing for Science podcast
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Ani DiFranco

Grammy winning singer and songwriter

Melissa Franklin

Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, Harvard University