A new concoction contains yeast that has been genetically engineered to smell like roses.
By using chemical compounds that have the opposite odor of smelly ones, scientists have found a way to neutralize malodorous air. Continue reading →
Olfactory dysfunction in older people could augur the end of life within just five years.
Body odor may hint at a person's politics, according to a new study that finds people prefer the odors of those whose ideology matches their own.
Ever wonder why everything smells fine in your house until you go away for awhile and then come back wondering, "Why does it stink in here?" You can thank your brain for that, Tara explains.
The nose isn't the only part of the body that knows and detects odors.
Do you trust your senses? It turns out they can be totally fooled -- with the proper tools.
Odorific messages, called oNotes, add a new dimension to telecommunication.
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