Levitation was achieved through an acoustic hologram.
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Nothing sounds better than the sound of voices like your own, according to a new study.
Fallow bucks - male fallow deer - listen to the sound quality of rival males' calls to evaluate the exhaustion of the caller so that they can decide between fighting and keeping distance, according to a new study.
Scientists have gathered some promising clues that can enable us in developing a better understanding of the complex process of how brain interprets human voices and eventually transforms them into language.
People are more likely to buy products when pleasant sounds draw them to the items, a new study reveals.
Researchers found that the brain uses vision a lot more than previously thought when it comes to understanding language.
Could your name be a product of evolution? A new study analyzed the most popular baby names from the last decade to see if there is a link between the sounds in a name and the sex.
Previous studies found that plants communicate with each other by making "clicking" sounds, and now scientists have discovered why.
A new study reports that different sensory cues, ranging from visual landmarks to distinct smells, all contribute to the brain's development of a virtual geographical map.
A new study confirms previous findings linking colic to migraines, explaining why certain infants might cry excessively despite being healthy.
Playing sounds synchronized to the rhythm of brain oscillations during sleep can significantly improve memory, according to a new small study.
A new study found that babies who were at most three months premature could already distinguish between different parts of speech, reacting to distinct sounds known as phonemes.
If stress is added on to the brow of already tired women, it makes them hypersensitive to sound, a recent study conducted from Karolinska Institute and Stockholm University's Stress Research Institute revealed.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.