ASA Press Releases
The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Press Room was created by the ASA Public Relations Committee to provide efficient dissemination of information regarding the Society and the field of acoustics to the news media, science writers, and other interested parties. Below are press releases.
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Aging effects on listening effort in cochlear-implant users
Perception in context: How racialized identities impact speech perception
Ultrasound-stimulated, drug-loaded bubbles for cancer therapy
Modeling and optimizing sensor networks for a specific environment will help missions narrow in on shooter locations
User-friendly deep learning model analyzes bioacoustics signals from whales, dolphins
Time reversal technique focuses wave energy to knock over minifigur targets in museum demonstration
Best strategy for neighborhood harmony is diplomatic with mathematical modeling
Media invited to register and attend in person or online — topics include raceway noise impacts on neighborhoods, getting rid of unwanted sounds during events, coral reef health
Hearing loss is a rapidly growing area of scientific research as the number of baby boomers dealing with hearing loss continues to increase
Melting ice opens new predation ground for killer whales as they spend more time in previously neglected territory
Ideal baby monitors alert parents to infant cries, not irrelevant background noise
Acoustic designers consulted to prevent noisy viewing deck, mechanics
Acoustic tools reveal hotspots of ocean life in scattered places
Masks designed for singers prevent COVID-19 transmission, most voice distortion
Older individuals with sensory impairment suffered from lack of social interactions during pandemic