Oceanographer Kate Stafford explains how climate change and loss of sea ice may affect marine life in unpredictable ways.
A new study led by the Newcastle University revealed that people suffering from the condition "misophonia" have changes in the structure of the brain's frontal lobe and brain activity.
Jumping spiders could respond to sounds from three to five meters away
Apparently, music's influence encompasses even how your perceive your drink's strength. A new research has determined that sounds can greatly affect how we think our alcohol tolerance could be.
When the environment that surrounds them is too "noisy," bats shift their gears and adapt by using their secondary sense: echolocation.
A new research says that bats also waggle their heads back and forth to listen for coming insects. The study claimed that by waggling their heads, bats can locate their prey, especially if the movements of their prey are becoming irregular.
Be careful what kind of sounds you make around your cat. You may be throwing Whiskers into brief seizures without even knowing it! A new study has revealed that auditory-induced seizing is a very real problem in felines - one that most veterinarians never believed existed.
There is no doubt that America is noisy. But rather than blocking out the sound of blaring car horns, airplane engines and the whir of machinery, researchers suggest that we embrace it.
Some butterfly species seemingly want to be ants, a new study says, infiltrating the insects' homes and mimicking ant sounds so they can hide away in their comfy nests.