A recent article from popular mechanics, featured one of our faculty member, Dr. Fiorella Terenzi, and the work she has pioneered in acoustics astronomy. "Now, after going (largely) ignored for decades, her work is edging toward the mainstream. This isn't just for fun, though, or for the 'wow' factor of turning the rhythms of the cosmos into music. Terenzi's unorthodox research methods might reveal tiny details about the behavior of binary stars, let us listen in on the interactions of galaxies and their satellites, and reveal details about the cosmos that can be heard rather than seen". For more information about Dr. Terenzi and this article, please visit popular mechanics and Dr. Terenzi's website.