With a bit of math and a 3D printer, researchers created an instrument that's more forgiving of a certain kind of amateur mistake.
First-of-its-kind study shows how human-generated sound could harm the ability of seagrass to store energy and detect gravity.
Scientists plan to announce the successful creation of the material in an upcoming paper.
Inside Science chats with Megan Povey about her research and what she has learned from transitioning genders late in life.
Many unborn creatures make and receive sounds and vibrations -- getting valuable information on the outside world.
It’s becoming increasingly noisy beneath the waves, but people can do something about it.
Scientists find that aerogels may make effective, ultralightweight noise barriers.
Separate subspecies of the fork-tailed flycatcher make different trill sounds with their wing feathers.
Findings suggest sound was not the primary focus of the Stonehenge architects.