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Soon, it would be possible sending smelly calls and text via a unique device. Called oPhone, the device is being developed by a Harvard University researcher and his team. It is equipped with an odour chip for sending and receiving specific smells
When I was a student at the University of California at Berkeley, I taught a class called Female Sexuality with some of my fellow schoolmates (yes, everything you've heard about Berkeley is true). As my work with food and drinks seldom crosses into
Courtesy of Le Laboratoire First there was the Smell-O-Vision, a technology that brought aromas to movie theater audiences...Now, a company in Paris has developed a mobile phone that sends aromatic text messages...David Edwards , the mastermind
01/23/2014 02:11:02 PM PST It might not sound positive, but "cat pee" is usually a favorable term that means grassy or tangy. (Rick E. Martin/Bay Area News Group Archives) It might not sound positive, but "cat pee" is usually a favorable term used to
There are four basic components of the traditional wine tasting ritual people perform when they order a bottle at a restaurant: Sniff the cork, swirl the glass, sniff the wine, and hold the glass up to the light to inspect its contents. "People go
I think it's broadly correct, but I might be a bit more descriptive in some of the boxes. Although "Unique and Unpleasant" does sum up some of them pretty well, and I do like the boxes marked "Old People", "Seaweed", and "Dead Animals".
View comments If you have wondered why particular smells can bring back vivid and terrifying memories, scientists could have the answer. They think our sense of smell becomes much more active when we are scared, our nostrils learning to become an
A study in Philadelphia has found each person interprets smells differently It is an age-old problem...American scientists have discovered that we all experience odours in a completely different way. Their paper, published in the Nature Neuroscience
09:26 PM MST Welcome to the Smell Zone...Paul, Minn., and its neighbors have created a reputation for malodorousness. And although residents hotly debate whether the reputation is deserved, it lingers in the air like smoke on a calm day.