Perforated plastic pagoda proves problematic for polyphonic probing. (Now say that five times really fast.)
Plants, shockingly, have not evolved flowers and fruits to make our lives prettier and tastier. Instead, they're engaged in hardcore competition to trick insects and animals into pollinating them and spreading their seeds. It should be no surprise, then, that one particularly enterprising plant grows its own echolocation beacons to attract bats.
There's nothing wrong with being blind as a bat when you've got a fancy sonar system to tell you where you're going.
The sneaky folks over at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Wood’s Hole, Massachusetts have a three step plan to improve fishing. Step one: train fish to respond to specific sound frequencies. Step two: let fish go out into the...