- Published on 21 November 2016
The Hindustan Times, Mumbai, recently reported on a study by the Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay (IIT-B) which found that commuters in the city are subjected to noise levels of more than 90 decibels (dB).
- Published on 02 November 2016
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology, New York has been awarded a grant of over USD 440,000 to provide additional training for faculty who teach classes in which deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students are present.
- Published on 25 October 2016
At an award ceremony held recently in Børssalen (Denmark), Isara, a startup from Indonesia, was nominated the overall winner of the 2016 University Startup World Cup.
- Published on 24 October 2016
The Greeley Tribune, Colorado (USA) recently reported on the story of Mandy Harvey, a jazz singer with hearing loss who is able to sing from memory, from a time when she could hear.
- Published on 17 October 2016
Sonova has won a total of three awards at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards, the global festival for corporate films.
- Published on 14 October 2016
The Malay Mail recently reported on the unusual village of Bengkala on the Indonesian island of Bali, where a high number of inhabitants are deaf but are completely integrated in the community.
- Published on 26 September 2016
The Wichita Eagle recently reported on sound levels at an entertainment venue during a music concert and the possible related risks, after their journalist recorded noise with a smartphone app.
- Published on 15 September 2016
The Hear the World Foundation has announced that Cindy Crawford and Linda Evangelista are now championing the cause of the Sonova non-profit foundation, whose vision is a world “in which everyone has the chance to enjoy good hearing”.
- Published on 08 September 2016
USA Today recently ran an article on the risks of hearing loss in the workplace, indicating that 22 million workers are exposed annually in the United States to hazardous levels of occupational noise.