- Published on 21 April 2016
Take a glimpse of the last two days of AudiologyNOW!, held from 13th to 16th April in Phoenix.
We consulted 15 audiology experts on what everyone in hearing health will be talking about in 2031? No. 1: De Wet Swanepoel.
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has added a virtual event to a busy calendar of UK hearing events, at least two of them face-to-face gatherings.
The days when genetic analysis becomes routine in diagnosis of progressive hearing loss should come nearer faster thanks to a strategic team-up between Swiss hearing health giant Sonova and Montpellier-based clinical-stage biotech company, Sensorion.
For this first face-to-face return, few non-Germans made the trip to this 2021 EUHA, traditionally the major European audiology gathering.
The world’s biggest hearing event, the EUHA Congress, celebrated its 65th international edition in Hanover from September 15 to 17, its organisers triumphantly hoping for a final calculation of over 50% of the 8,000+ visitors it attracted in pre-pandemic 2019.
Short term supply chain glitches currently affecting manufacturers worldwide have slowed down the UK and Ireland introduction of Starkey's new Evolve AI. Customers have been told to expect arrival at the "start of 2022".
Cult filmmaker Pedro Almodovar has been opening up to Spain's national media on the torment and social isolation caused to him by his tinnitus.
ActiveVent and CROS P are the latest additions to Phonak's Paradise line of hearing aid technology, now the best-selling platform in the company's history.[ ... ]
Jabra Enhance Plus—an "on your own terms" solution that satisfies true wireless demand, lifestyle convention, and medical-grade requirement for mild to moderate loss—has been announced for later 2021 availability by GN Hearing.[ ... ]
A groundbreaking music programme, new miniRITE style, a new SmartCharger and a new rechargeable CROS transmitter are all all part of August 2021 update to the Oticon More hearing aid.[ ... ]