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Lab Researchers Enable Alexander Graham Bell’s Voice to be Heard for First Time

Berkeley Lab’s sound-restoration experts have done it again. They’ve helped to digitally recover a 128-year-old recording of Alexander Graham Bell’s voice, enabling people to hear the famed inventor speak for the first time. The recording ends with Bell saying “in witness whereof, hear my voice, Alexander Graham Bell.” The Physics Division’s Carl Haber and the Engineering Division’s Earl Cornell conducted the work. The project involved a collaboration between Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, the Library of Congress, and Berkeley Lab. More>

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