Dr Nicolas Gold (UCL Computer Science), in collaboration with Penny Dreadful Productions, has created a web installation that generates music based on different genetic characteristics. http://bit.ly/DNAsound
'Sounds like DNA' is part of an art-science theatre piece 'How to be Immortal', which has been produced with advice from UCL medical researchers. http://www.engineering.ucl.ac.uk/blog/news/ucl-computer-scientist-creates-installation-that-sounds-like-dna-for-play/ The show is currently touring the UK.
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