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The demonstration in rodents could one day be combined with cochlear implants to treat more people than is currently possible.
New earphones aim to protect users’ hearing.
A fully implantable hearing aid is showing promise.
A Denver company finds a good use for high-frequency harmonics.
Implant it convenient but doesn’t work as well as external hearing aids.
Not resting on his laureate, new Nobel Prize winner Mario Capecchi is striving to answer that question.
Is a fully implantable device worth the risks associated with the required surgery?
A laser-based approach could make cochlear implants, which currently use electrical signals, more effective.
Researchers are testing ways to let people listen to gadget menu options instead of looking at them.