There are several types of events where you would find a mix of amateur and professional musicians, or of scientists and science communicators. Some of them get paid for that appearance, others do not.
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This is the text of a five-minute lightning talk presented at SpotOn London, about five things scientists can learn from musicians.
At a conference about science songs, I talked about scientists singing science songs to generate a sense of community.
Help researchers find out how the steelpan produces sound, by annotating images of steelpan resonance patterns on Zooniverse.
What music do scientists like? Desert Island Discs, Science Mixtape, and a Twitter thread show lots of variety in scientists’ favourite music.