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CymaScope wins the Corporate Live Wire and Excellence Awards (UK), 2021

The CymaScope team and their parent company, Sonic Age Ltd, has won the prestigious Corporate Live Wire and Excellence Awards, which celebrates the success and achievements of leading professionals and companies who have stood out for being results-driven, and have taken an innovative approach to demonstrate exceptional business performance.  The judges were impressed by the …

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Cymatic Science takes a Giant Leap in Times Square

When Times Square Arts organization decided to honor New York’s essential workers, especially healthcare workers, the result was a series of groundbreaking cymatics videos broadcast in Times Square. In a collaboration between CymaScope.com and an artist collective known as Gathering of Noetic Generation (G.O.N.G.), a heartfelt piece of poetry was made visible by CymaScope instrument …

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Beethoven Cymatics—support for profoundly deaf people in their appreciation of classical music

Apart from the scientific and medical applications for cymatics, which the CymaScope team are passionate about, we also see a bright future for cymatics in art. In honour of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th anniversary, the CymaScope team created a MusicMadeVisible excerpt from his Piano Sonata Number 8, Opus 13, Pathetique, played by gifted concert pianist, …

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Professor Brian Josephson, Nobel Laureate in physics, visits the CymaScope lab

Professor Brian Josephson, Nobel Laureate in physics, said of the CymaScope instrument to John Stuart Reid,“Having watched one of your lectures I think your (re) discovery is going to be of great importance to the future of physics”. Subsequently, in his lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine, in July 2018, Professor Josephson presented a …

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CymaScope Lab2 launches in the UK

The CymaScope Lab2 is now fully operational, a state-of-the-art facility, managed and operated by James Stuart Reid, son of John Stuart Reid. Lab2 is already handling all Voice Mandala imaging, including the voices of women, men, children, babies and pets. One of James’ first projects involved imaging a baby’s first cry and a person’s last …

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Professor Brian Josephson, Nobel Laureate, featured the CymaScope in his lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine

On July 14th 2018 Professor Brian Josephson presented a lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine. The conference, titled New Horizons in Water Science, hosted many esteemed speakers including a second Nobel Laureate, Professor Luc Montagnier, Professor Gerald Pollack, Professor Vladimir Voeikov, Professor Alexander Konovalov and Dr. Robert Verkerk. Brian Josephson was professor of physics …

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Testing a Pythagorean 2,500-year old hypotheses: Music can be used in the place of of Medicine* — Promising Initial Results

The series of experiments designed to test the effects of music on human blood have begun, with promising initial results. Professor Sungchul Ji of Rutgers University and John Stuart Reid, director of research at the CymaScope.com laboratory, conducted the experiments. After setting up and commissioning the various items of equipment, the first stage of the …

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The CymaScope instrument is featured in a new scientific study

Dr. Rupert Sheldrake and Dr. Merlin Sheldrake carried out a rigorous investigation into Faraday Waves— the scientific term for Cymatic—using the CymaScope instrument. Published in the Water Journal, October 2017 edition, their paper is titled, Determinants of Faraday Wave-Patterns in Water Samples Oscillated Vertically at a Range of Frequencies from 50-200 Hz. Their landmark paper …

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