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Sound, Vibration & Acoustics Digest #4

I hope you like our latest collection of news, articles and videos from the world of acoustics, vibration and analysis. This issue of the digest is very “acoustical” and includes a fun (but slightly manic) video on sound waves. Please enjoy and don’t forget to leave your comments at the bottom of the page.

The Coolest Things Sound Waves Do - YouTube

The Coolest Things Sound Waves Do – YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ude8pPjawKISound waves are all around us, and when harnessed, can do some super cool things. Trace looks at a few ways we’re using the power of sound waves to our advan…

Acoustics 101 – Learn About Acoustics

Acoustics 101 – Learn About Acousticshttp://www.acousticalsurfaces.com/acoustic_IOI/101home.htmThis glossary of terms has been provided with a brief description, for the most part in non technical terms in an effort to remove some of the mystery surrounding Acoustics.…
Implanted Tags Record Acoustic Environment of Sharks

Implanted Tags Record Acoustic Environment of Sharkshttp://www.hawaii.edu/himb/ReefPredator/Bioprobe.htmWe are developing and testing new ‘ecology tags’ to detect and quantify hard to observe behaviors such as spawning, schooling and feeding.

Acoustic Archaeology solves a mystery at Chichen Itza : Archaeology News from Past Horizons

Acoustic Archaeology solves a mystery at Chichen Itza : Archaeology News from Past Horizonshttp://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/12/2010/acoustica-archaeology-solves-mystery-at-chichen-itzaAcoustic archaeology presents a compelling case that the chirped echo was present in the original design of a Maya temple at Chichen Itza.

Gravity-beating ultrasonic tweezers provide a sound route to bio-engineering - EPSRC

Gravity-beating ultrasonic tweezers provide a sound route to bio-engineering – EPSRChttp://www.epsrc.ac.uk/newsevents/news/2014/Pages/ultrasonictweezers.aspxLiving micro-tartan: cells stained with red, green and blue fluorescent dye show that acoustic fields can manipulate and line up tissue growing in culture – Professor David…

 

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Chris Mason

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I fell in love with technology and innovation in the early days of personal computing (Sinclair ZX80's, Commodore PETs & Apple ]['s) This hobby became a career in software development, product development, team leadership, web development, and marketing. Now I am a General Manager responsible for growth, innovation, strategy & leadership at Prosig. In 2019 I completed an Executive MBA at the University of Winchester where I focused on innovation and strategy.

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