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A "mysterious object" is blasting out radio waves in space.


According to a post on Instagram from New Scientist, the mysterious object "is pulsing...

New research from the University of Kent "has identified prosocial behaviours and bonding amongst people who attend raves"

Raving and psychedelics create “meaningful social bonds”, a new study has found.

In new findings published in Frontiers in Psychology, as part of a research paper...

And it's just as spooky as expected

Scientists have shared what a spiderweb sounds like using Artificial Intelligence. 

Markus Buehler, an engineering professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, alongside his team...

Was the ancient stone monument the world’s first soundsystem?

A new study suggests that Stonehenge was built to amplify sound.

The use for Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, has been a mystery since...

The findings were published in a recent paper

Sound can be used to save dying coral reefs, a study has found.

In a paper published by Nature Communications, entitled 'Acoustic enrichment can...

Asteroid 81948 (2000 OM69) is no more...

Brian Eno has had an Asteroid named after him.

On Monday night at the science festival Starmus V in Switzlerland, the ambient music pioneer was...

A team of US scientists made a discovery following recent experiments...

Scientists at the University of Arizona have made a breakthrough on research into tinnitus that they hope could help develop a cure.

Research on mice...

The challenge is aptly named #MoonTunes...

Celebrating the Apollo 11 launch anniversary and preparing for the upcoming journey to the Moon, NASA have announced their #MoonTunes music challenge.

With astronauts expected...

'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites' stops them biting and reproducing... 

Skrillex’s music can protect you from mosquitos, according to a recent study published in the science journal 'Acta Tropica'. 

Research apparently shows the airborne...

DJ Stingray is the Detroit electro pro whose razor-sharp mixing and production chops are the result of years of accumulated skill and knowledge. Now among...

There are many ways to frame the story of Sherard Ingram’s unique rise and stature as one of techno and electro’s most consistent, authentic and...

Music is the answer...

Music can help reduce anxiety and stress levels by up to 65%, a new study shows.

According to a study from Dr. David Lewis-Hodgson of...

A futuristic way to keep cool at one of the world’s hottest festivals...

A new campaign has been launched to create a shaded area at Burning Man this year using a massive NASA space blanket.

The project, which...

It will be visible to the naked eye from all inhabited parts of Earth...

Scientists have sent a giant disco ball into space so large that it will be visible to the naked eye from Earth.

The massive reflective...

That sixth cocktail maybe not so much....

Going to concerts regularly leads to a happier life, reports Victoria’s Deakin University. The university surveyed 1000 Australians and discovered a correlation between concert-going and...

With some accompaniment by Taryn Southern...

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used for years to correct and assist music creation; the time has now arrived that AI is composing and producing...

Science explains what Puretone told us 15 years ago...

A new study has explained why humans have such an affinity for bass notes in music.

Published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy...

Thanks, science!

A new study undertaken at McGill University in Canada has found that music stimulates the same part of the brain as sex, drugs and food...

His music aids the growth of viable embryos...

Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State Of Trance’ compilations have been found to aid in the growth of test tube babies, scientists have found.

Research conducted...

INTERVIEW: Sound designer releases debut album 'Human'

Max Cooper is one of the cleverest DJ/producers working in the industry today. He has a PhD in genetics, but has instead decided to make...