Scientists are using sound to track how the sharks migrate and the animals they encounter.
Bottlenose dolphins improve echolocation precision by aiming their sonar beam to graze the target.
People often use specific gestures and their voice when communicating sounds
Watch bats prepare for their nightly flight.
Crooning to the upper tier.
Middle East group was among first to begin agriculture, settlements, and catered funerals.
Human activity forces dolphins and whales to shout.
New research pinpoints the acoustic ingredient that gives screams their terror.
Scientists find the route to listening is more complex than they thought.
Physicists are developing acoustical "phonons" for computers of the future.