Inside Science TV
Inside Science Television (ISTV) produces short-form news vignettes about cutting-edge research and development in science, engineering, and mathematics designed to fit seamlessly into local television newscasts in markets across the United States and around the world. Inside Science is supported by the American Institute of Physics and a group of underwriters, including ASA and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics organizations.
Cochlear Implants:Music to Your Ears
Scientists help cochlear implant wearers enhance their experience listening to music
Ultrasound Can Heal Chronic Wounds.
Sound waves could speed up the healing of open wounds.
The Acoustics Of Beatboxing
Beatboxer sounds could inspire new vocal-disability treatments.
Keeping Coral Communication Open
Sea life talks and what they’re saying could save their lives.
Ping Pong Balls Break The Sound Barrier
Air-powered cannon demonstrates physics concepts.
Technology Can Detect Driver Phone Use
Acoustics can pinpoint whether a driver, or a passenger, is working with a smartphone inside a car in efforts to reduce distracted driving.
Parks Monitor Noise to Protect Nature, Environment
A program conducted by the National Park Service performs acoustical measurements of artificial park noise to help safeguard wildlife.
Birdsongs Can Shed Light on Autism, Speech
Singing-related genes may provide clues on human disorders.
Acoustics Detects Grape-Eating Insects in Vineyards
Method could save vineyards money, lead to lower wine costs.
Shape-shifting Bat Ears May Inspire Better Microphones, Navigation
Biologists discover new properties in bat ears.
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