Scientist in New Hampshire uses data from space to create unique music.
A computer's microphone and speakers can covertly send and receive data.
Ben Franklin was right: lots of people could hear famous speeches.
Advancement allows patients to hear differences in pitch and timbre.
Beatboxer sounds could inspire new vocal-disability treatments.
A new material will allow for improved ultrasound imaging.
Combining sound to make silence solves an age-old pipe organ mystery.
As hospitals grow louder, new guidelines promise a good night's sleep for some.
What we hear can help to measure health of an ecosystem.
Portable classrooms may be too noisy and unhealthy.