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3D printed wormhole for sound waves

A novel method has been used to create an unusual type of wormhole, or rather ‘fake wormholes’ for soundwaves. The mathematical model is designed to assist with the search for ‘real’ wormholes in spacetime.

Light stored as sound for the first time

Sydney - The capturing and storing of light as sound is not just remarkable in itself, it is also part of the future development of super-fast, light-based computers.

Medics use sonic waves for deep brain surgery

London - British medial researchers have successfully used sonic waves to operate deep inside the brain of a patient. The novel treatment was used with a person who suffered from uncontrollable tremors in their hands.

Do cancer cells have special acoustic signals?

A new study suggests that cells have particular acoustic signals, and that the signal from cancerous cells differs from that of healthy cells. This could be the basis of a new cancer detection method.

Trombone shock waves filmed for the first time

Weak shock waves, formed by sound waves streaming suddenly into a narrow passage, such as a tunnel or trombone, were filmed for the first time by a team of researchers from Japan and the Netherlands.

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Sound Tube on the Tullamarine Freeway in Melbourne  Victoria  Australia.
Photo taken: May 16  2005.
Sound Tube on the Tullamarine Freeway in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Photo taken: May 16, 2005.

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