This DJ-Slash-Scientist Made a Club Just for Baby Fish
Rebecca Poulsen, known by her DJ name BeXta, led new research into the audio capabilities of zebrafish.
These Butterflies Can Hear With Their Wings
For a century, nobody knew why Satyrini butterflies had inflated veins on their forewings. Turns out the structures are hearing aids.
Scientists Made a Working Invisibility Cloak (But There's a Catch)
Researchers from Pennsylvania State University have created a device that uses “acoustic cloaking” technology.
A New Pipeline In Canada Could Cause Marine Species to Be Flooded With Noise
BC just gave the Kinder Morgan pipeline the go-ahead. Shipping traffic will increase, and with it, marine noise.
Scientists Built a ‘Mini Black Hole’ Out of Sound Waves
A tabletop black hole emits what looks like Hawking radiation.
'Hamilton' Is Revolutionizing the Art and Science of Broadway Sound Design
The sound designer for the celebrated Broadway musical sits down with Motherboard for a wide-ranging interview.
A Newly Discovered Form of Sound Wave Could Change Drug Delivery
Surface reflected bulk waves offer a way of delivering fragile medicines to difficult-to-access lung tissues.
The Strange Acoustic Phenomenon Behind These Wacked-Out Versions of Pop Songs
Why the brain perceives the "auditory illusions" created when converting an mp3 to a MIDI and back.
Physicists Achieve Perfect Acoustic Absorption
A landmark in engineering 'deafness.'
The Wall of Sound
The untold story of the Grateful Dead's short-lived mega PA, arguably the largest, most technologically innovative sound system ever built.
Watch Bell Labs Engineer Hal Alles Demo an Early Digital Synthesizer in 1977
Unfortunately, the synthesizer was too expensive to be commercially viable, and was dismantled after just four years.
A New Breakthrough Could Help the Elderly Echolocate Like Bats
You too can see using echolocation, but you'll need two young, healthy ears.