London’s Heathrow encourages quiet, electric aircraft by offering free landing charges for a year to the UK’s first electric plane. Why can’t the U.S. do this too?
A fascinating study about restaurant noise shows that as background noise increases, the willingness to spend time and money in a restaurant decreases.
Restaurant noise is still a problem, but it doesn’t have to be. Dr. Daniel Fink tells us that acoustic science is up to the task of making restaurants quieter.
A new method claims to cancel noise without ear-blocking headphones. New technology is great, but there are things we can do now to make spaces quieter.
Silence, please! Is it really possible to mute the world? In a word, no. Well, certainly not yet, but scientists are working on new technology that may reduce noise.
Your outer ears are important to hearing. Dr. Daniel Fink reviews an article on how the shape of the external ear affects hearing.