It has always been an interesting topic to figure out how our brains not only receive but also process information amid the booming noise in parties. With the booze, the blinking lights, and the ridiculously loud music, it is a wonder how our brains keep up with conversations with too much to process.
An ancient melody of hymn found in a clay tablet in Syria in 1950 has been reconstructed recently and we can now hear how enchanting its melody is. Known today as Hurrian Hymn -- the melody was inscriberd on the ancient tablet now known as H6.
Scientists have made a remarkable discovery about the different languages across the world. In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists have found a pattern between sound and meaning.
It sounds too much like magic to be real, but it’s true: scientists recently made a breakthrough moving and controlling objects through the use of a single acoustic source. How controlled? Well, the researchers have actually achieved in writing letters with loose metal pieces just by playing a melody.
Researchers from the University of Liverpool discovered that the Caribbean Sea emits a bizarre sound that can be heard from space.
Bird and jet collisions, mostly in airfield causes loss and delay in the aviation industry.
Scientists recently picked up a distinct new sound using highly sensitive instruments: the hum of deep-water creatures at dusk and dawn as they move to and from the surface. Learning more about the mysterious sound could tell us more about response to climate and fishing.
Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark recently discovered that despite having different organs for voice production, humans and birds use the exact same physical mechanism to make vocalizations.
Elephants trumpet, horses winey, owls screech, and dogs bark. Any young grade-schooler could proudly share this knowledge. However does anyone know what the giraffe does? Now experts have found out that while the tallest residents of your favorite zoo might not say anything, they sure do a lot of humming.
Anyone familiar with bats knows that the term "blind as a bad" actually translates to "not blind at all." Not only do these animals have perfectly functioning eyes, but they also have the help of sonar in failing light. Now researchers have found a way to show what bats "see" with that echolocation, and the results have revealed some impressive findings.
Scientists are just beginning to understand how whales produce sound, and now new research suggests that like humans, North Atlantic right whales boast unique individual voices.
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.
New research has found that magnets can manipulate heat and sound, a discovery that can potentially lead to practical applications in the future.
Can stars produce sound? Well, a chance discovery has revealed that they just may be able to, though us mere humans can't hear it.