Brown noise, the better-known white noise, and even pink noise are all sonic hues.
Meaningful pictures are assembled from meaningless noise.
A recent study highlights the astounding adaptability of the human brain.
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Music and sounds only seem to reduce pain in mice when played at a specific volume.
So far, two papers have been retracted, and a third is under investigation. Accusations of plagiarism appear convincing.
The robot can drive heavy steal beams into the ground at a rate of 1 per 73 seconds, which will help expedite solar farm construction.
There's a quantum limit to how precisely anything can be measured. By squeezing light, LIGO has now surpassed all previous limitations.
It has already been trialed in people and could give us a better way to analyze and stimulate the brain.
The very dust that blocks our view of the distant, luminous objects in the Universe is responsible for our entire existence.
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If you put very fine black powder powder in a confined space it explodes in a cloud of heat, gas and noise.
Apart from the energy needed to flip the switch, no other energy is needed to transmit the information.
There's a whole lotta shakin' goin' on beneath the single plate of Mars.
To study the origin of the Universe, we could build a constellation of six expensive spacecraft — or we could just use the Moon.
Individual space telescopes, like Hubble and JWST, revolutionized our knowledge of the Universe. What if we had an array of them, instead?
New chip eliminates the need for specific decoding hardware, boosting gaming systems, 5G networks, and more.
These 10 best practices can help organizations develop high-quality and engaging training videos for employees.
We knew we'd find galaxies unlike any seen before in its first deep-field image. But the other images hold secrets even more profound.
A new artificial intelligence method removes the effect of gravity on cosmic images, showing the real shapes of distant galaxies.
Humanity can avoid catastrophe — if we look beyond our blinkered present.