Learn how to destroy expensive glassware with the power of sound
The spouting horn is a remnant of activity that has occurred intermittently between 500,000 and 3.6 million years ago.
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A new "memory stamp" turns physical objects like postcards and photos into hyperlinks
She manipulates simple laws of physics to create “bullets” made of sound waves
New research confirms a theory: high-frequency acoustic waves can be converted to light
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Electromagnetic fields can cloak objects from passing waves
It's just simple plastic rings!
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Reinventing the keyboard to give musicians unparalleled control
Acoustic levitating machines grow legs
Who is the weakest link? We all are when it comes to science, says new research -- especially women.
We know where, but we donâ€™t know when. Satellite monitoring provides valuable clues
An eco-hip acoustic fridge debuts. But is anyone listening?
But we'll never get them out of the ground.
A million straws could mellow the next Katrina
A scientist stationed in Antarctica tells about the biggest scientific discovery of the year, and how to have fun at the Pole.
A new device that amplifies waves and captures their energy could soon power parts of Rhode Island
A new machine lets scientists create monster waves--and ways to survive them
Generating heat energy like the Sun: Can it be this easy?