- Published on 21 February 2017
In new research, published in PLOS Computational Biology, researchers have created an algorithm to reveal a key insight into why the brain can sometimes muddle up visual speech (mouth movements) with auditory speech (sounds).
- Published on 16 February 2017
Audio Infos Spain met Enrique López-Poveda, Director of the Degree in specialisation in audiology USAL and head of research team in charge of developing the technology to reproduce natural binaural audition.
- Published on 15 February 2017
Audio Infos Spain interviewed Julio Rodrigo, General Manager of MED-EL Spain and Portugal, regarding their patent of a new processor to improve intelligibility in noisy environments.
- Published on 10 February 2017
The Institute of Neurosciences of the University of Salamanca and MED-EL are developing a technology that can restore or reproduce the binaural mechanisms of the human brain.
- Published on 09 February 2017
For the first time ever William Demant appointed a Fellow by honoring senior scientist Thomas Lunner for his contributions to cognitive hearing sciences.
- Published on 26 January 2017
A research team from Wayne State University, Michigan USA has developed a new system for assessing tinnitus in test animals, aimed at improving the results of research in this field, reports ScienceDaily.
- Published on 11 January 2017
Researchers from the University of Buffalo, New York, USA, have found that short-term occlusion of the ear canal can lead to remarkable changes in auditory neurotransmitters with altered behavior and structure of nerve cells.
- Published on 10 January 2017
A study in finches carried out in Japan has identified a key mechanism involved in species identification based on the silent gaps between birdsong syllables.