The Sounds of Innovation: How UConn Research Is Resurrecting Antique Musical Instruments

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In our modern age of specialization, it is increasingly rare to find the kind of individual who, in another age, would have been known as a Renaissance man or a polymath. The likes of Leonardo da Vinci, recognized for his painting as well as his scientific inventions; Michelangelo, famous as a painter, architect, and poet; or Benjamin Franklin, the scientist, politician, and author, were renowned for their expertise across several disciplines – and their ability to apply their diverse knowledge to solve problems.  Read more