A Signal from Space Is on a 16-Day Cycle. Scientists Just Ruled Out an Explanation
Never-before-obtained observations of a periodic fast radio burst revealed surprising results that have upended expectations.
A Canadian Invented a Device That Gets You High with Electromagnetic Frequencies
Electronics technician Dami Ajani's quantum crystal resonator mimics the sensations of being on MDMA, acid, and more.
LFO's Mark Bell, Electronic Music Pioneer and Crucial Warp Signee, Dies at 43
How a former teenage breakdancer became one of the greatest innovators of early UK electronic music.
The Science Of Sound Gets Visualized In This A/V Experiment
Merging digital and more classical components, Nicolas Bernier cracks the indistinguishable human limit.
The 432Hz 'God' Note: Why Fringe Audiophiles Want to Topple Standard Tuning
Inside the fringe group of sonic purists who believe life at A432Hz—not the standard A440Hz—is more "natural," "truer," and generally in tune with the universe.
Scientists Prove That Molecules Can Respond And React To Music
An experiment in Japan demonstrated that nanofibers would align (or "dance") with harmonies.