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Music to Enjoy Science Lectures By

Music touches all our lives. It can conjure a memory or feeling more strongly than almost anything else. The links between music and memory are visceral and – whether reminding you of your first kiss or your first concert – last a lifetime.

Even as I write, I’m smiling as I remember the songs I listened to before going out on a Saturday night in my student days, which included “She Sells Sanctuary” by The Cult. Later in the evening I could be found dancing to Billy Idol’s rendition of “Mony Mony” – I could pogo quite well back then!

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Roy Goodacre

Professor of Biological Chemistry at the Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.

His research interests are in mass spectrometry-based metabolomics, Raman spectroscopy and SERS.

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