Thursday, March 23, 2023


The first molecular-level, 3D picture of an odor molecule

Making sense of scents.

Study figured out what ancient humans might have been able to smell

Duke lab built Neanderthal and Denisovan smell receptors and tested them in a dish.

How the brain organizes information about odors?

A new study provides new insights into the mystery of scent, where scientists describe for the first time how relationships between different odors are encoded in the olfactory cortex, the region of brain responsible for processing smell.

Vampire bats help unravel the mystery of smell

Understanding how to obtain accurate numbers of olfactory receptor counts in the mammalian genome is major aspect to understanding the sense of smell.

Common scents don’t always make the best perfumes, study

The smell is a social and social phenomenon — people bond over smell and associate odors perceived with specific memories. In certain cultures, the...

New study finds link between smell and obesity

Scientists at the University of Otago have made a groundbreaking revelation by identifying an association between smell and obesity. The study suggests that there...

Study Says Deodorant Makes Men More Masculine to Women

We usually are more conscious about our personal hygiene. Deodorant is one of the things most of us use every day. We everyone knows...

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