Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
We asked some scientists to weigh in on this viral ear-worm.
Today it's little foam balls, but scientists are thinking bigger
A loud and edgy solution to all our levitation needs
A scientist tells how LIGO changed his life
Researchers in Hong Kong achieve near-perfect silence
The device can move around centimeter-sized objects.
Cosmologists hope for a field-rocking announcement next week.
Therapeutic ultrasound can now blast and cut with targeted precision.
The lab-built material focuses radio waves better than anything that occurs in nature.
To create brand-new drugs, pharmaceutical researchers have turned to levitating them with blasts of ultrasonic sound.
Researchers see a way to eavesdrop on our brains
She manipulates simple laws of physics to create “bullets” made of sound waves
A device that restores hearing by transmitting sound through the teeth and bones
Your cellphone does not in itself cause cancer. But in the daily sea of radiation we all travel, there may be subtler dangers at work, and science is only just beginning to understand how they can come to affect people like Per Segerbäck so intensely
By converting functional MRI scans into musical notes of varying dynamics and frequencies, a new data visualization for our thoughts is born
New research confirms a theory: high-frequency acoustic waves can be converted to light
The sound, made with an obscure device that recorded sound waves on paper, is claimed to be the oldest known audio recording
An eco-hip acoustic fridge debuts. But is anyone listening?