Researchers reconstructed recognizable snippets of the classic Pink Floyd song "Another Brick in the Wall" using listeners' recorded brain activity.
Artificial intelligence can produce music that sounds similar to tunes people were listening to as they had their brains scanned, a collaborative study from Google and Osaka University shows.
A man's head injury resulted in a rare neurological condition that caused him to "see" music, and simultaneously, he became more creative.
Tone deafness, a neurological disorder known as amusia, can make it hard to distinguish between musical pitches.
It's often assumed that birds are the only animals that sing. But these other divas of the animal kingdom prove otherwise.
In addition to the thump thump of the man's heart, doctors heard music when checking his pulse.
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