Why is it so quiet outside on a snowy day? It's not just because people avoid venturing outside. It's also because of the properties of snow itself.
Rats in the study were more likely to go after a sugary treat even if it was risky or they knew better when in this type of environment.
Could having tinnitus--otherwise known as ringing in the ears--affect the ability to process emotions?
Being too focused on a task can make you "temporarily deaf," according to a recent study.
Does a tractor beam sound more like science fiction than reality? That's exactly what researchers have now created. They've built a novel sonic tractor beam that can lift and move objects using sound waves.
Early hominins heard the world very differently than modern humans, according to a recent study published in the journal Science Advances.
Sure. Giraffes seem like silent, rather stoic creatures with their incredibly long necks, sanding in at about 6 feet tall. But guess what? They have their own voices, too. What's even more interesting is that these sounds are slightly detectable to the human ears, contrary to previous beliefs.
Researchers have found that whistled Turkish actually uses both sides of the brain.
We all know that birds can sing, but did you know that alligators and crocodiles do the same? Scientists have discovered that these large reptiles will actually resonances to communicate with others.
Could the tone of a candidates voice influence whether he or she wins in office?
Mysterious booms have plagued the residents of El Dorado County in California for some time now. While some have speculated what the cause of these booms has been, it's remained a mystery until now.