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Music, Science, Technology

Cambridge’s Centre for Music and Science has since its foundation in 2003 led research in the empirical study of music as a fundamental human behaviour, and acts as a hub for a vibrant community of resident and visiting scholars. Our research expertise in this area also spans the history of technologies of sound and listening, and cutting-edge projects in digital musicology.

(* available as PhD supervisor)

People specializing in this area

Academic and Research Staff

Prof Ian Cross

 (Music Cognition)

Prof John Rink

(Digital Musicology)*

Dr David Trippett

(Historical Technologies of Sound)*