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The ear underground
EARLY in the morning in Texas a vehicle slows and turns onto a side road. Some 7,600km (4,700 miles) away in Farnborough, south-west of London, a series of red lines...
The sound of the ocean may not be as relaxing as you think
Unlocking the brain's secrets using sound
Scientists might be on the verge of finally understanding how ultrasound affects nerve cells. The breakthrough could lead the way to important new medical advances, including the noninvasive treatment of epileptic seizures and restoration of sight.
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ASME 2014 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition
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Scottish oil tank sounds out world record echo (and you can listen to it here)
AN oil tank in the Highlands has made it into the Guinness Book of Records after it smashed the previous record for the world's longest echo by 60 seconds.
Scientists can levitate stuff and make it fly around using sound
Japanese scientists have made hundreds of tiny plastic balls float around like miniature spaceships.
Although we can’t always perceive them, vibrations provide a critical way of communicating for many animal species.
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