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Human skin can 'smell odors'

Ruhrort - Scientists have detected olfactory receptors in the skin. It is thought that these sensors may help repair damaged tissue.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

What our nose knows

New York - The human nose can differentiate more than a trillion odors, a new study has reported. However, there is considerable variation between different people.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Why are mosquitoes attracted to people?

Female mosquitoes, which can transmit deadly diseases like malaria, dengue fever, West Nile virus and filariasis, are attracted to people by smelling the carbon dioxide we exhale. This is the outcome of a new study.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Can we detect fatty foods by smelling?

New York - New research from the Monell Center suggests that people can use their sense of smell to detect levels of dietary fat in food.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Human bacteria used to make cheese that smells like body parts

An exhibit, dubbed 'Selfmade', in Dublin features eleven cheeses that were crafted with bacteria from toes and belly buttons
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 3 comments

Scentee: New smartphone app sprays scent alerts for FB 'Likes'

If sight and sound aren't enough, a new app that sprays different scents has been developed for those bored with using smartphone apps for just looking at images or listening to sounds.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 1 comment

Study: Detecting bird flu by smell

Some diseases can modify animal odors in subtle ways. In one study, it has been shown that infection with avian influenza (AIV) alters fecal odors in mallards. This could lead to a new detection method to root out infected birds.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Is it possible to 'sniff out' Alzheimer’s?

A remarkable and inexpensive peanut-butter smell test could help diagnose the neurodegenerative disease Alzheimer’s in its early stages.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Mothers are more sensitive to the 'new baby' smell

The brains of new mothers show a stronger response to infant body odor compared with the brains of women who aren’t mothers.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

The 'smell' of white can hide strong smells

Researchers have developed a chemical 'smell' which they have called “olfactory white”. Olfactory white is a mixture of many different smelly compounds. The compound has the remarkable potential to combat other strong odors.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Want to know what space smells like?

Have you ever wondered what it smells like out in space? Now NASA has hired a scent chemist to try to reproduce the odour.
In the Media by Darren Weir - 4 comments

Men with STDs smell putrid to women, says new study

Novosibirsk - A group of Russian scientists say that their study shows that men with STDs give odor that women say is putrid. The scientists say that humans, like animals such as mice, may be using sense of smell to sniff out attractive and healthy sexual partners.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Fargginay's treasure: Bacon fragrances on sale now

Legend has it that in the year 1920 a Parisian butcher accidentally concocted a powerful, mood-lifting elixir and discreetly distributed the popular remedy to those with power or fame. Four years later, the butcher lost his shop and the recipe to a fire.
In the Media by Vincent Sobotka

Op-Ed: Police Mistake Skunk's Smell For Marijuana

Imagine it’s around 7:30 p.m. and you’re sitting in your home alone - Well, with the exception of a skunk who happens to live at the bottom of your front porch.
In the Media by Joie Maccarone - 11 comments

What is your favorite smell?

In a study by scientists at Cardiff University for Britain's Flour Advisory Bureau, it was discovered that Britons love the smell of toast.
In the Media by Laura Trowbridge - 36 comments

Giant, odiforous landfill in China deodorized

Beijiang - It's a twisted case of 'if you can't beat 'em, join 'em' at a landfill outside Beijiang. Beijiang officials hope spraying perfume from hundreds of high-pressure nozzles around a major landfill can temporarily end complaints about the stink.
In the Media by Betty Kowall - 1 comment

Fear has an odour, and it's contagious too

A group of researchers from Stony Brook University in New York have found that humans can detect the scent of fear and it is contagious too explaining how phobias spread quite quickly.
In the Media by Kesavan Unnikrishnan - 2 comments

An Engineering Advance Paves The Way for Artificial Noses

MIT biological engineers have found a way to mass-produce smell receptors in the laboratory, an advance that paves the way for "artificial noses" to be created and used in a variety of settings.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 5 comments

Brave mice? These rodents can't smell fear

Japanese scientists find that fear is linked to the sense of smell and when they switch the sense smell receptors in mice, they don’t show any fear of predators including cats.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 6 comments

Elephants Can Smell Friend or Foe

If you planning to travel to elephant country or possibly even the zoo do not wear red. A study has shown that elephants may react aggressively to the colour red. The colour may cause them to take off fast and far.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 6 comments

Some Lose Sense of Directions, Others Lose Their Sense of Smell

What attracts the opposite sex? Which senses will determine the direction in which a relationship is likely to head? You might be headed in the wrong direction if your body chemistry doesn't match up with your partner's.
In the Media by Joie Maccarone - 8 comments

Neighbors Complain Of 'Unbearable Stench' Coming From Gordon Ramsay's Restaurant

Neighbors of Gordon Ramsay's New York restaurant say there is a "stench" coming from the place that is "unbearable." The man himself would likely tell them to "shut it" and stick it up their...tailpipe.
In the Media by RobotGod - 4 comments

Careful of the cologne, guys: sexual success relates to smell

There goes another myth. It’s not what you look like, unless you’re scaring the paint off the walls. It’s what you smell like, particularly if you’re a guy. Apparently most people can literally sniff their way past all the camouflage.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 3 comments

Recent Study Indicates Lost Sense of Smell May Signal Alzheimer's

A recent study, conducted over a five year period asked participants to identify a dozen different scents. Of those that scored lowest, 50 per cent were likely to develop cognitive impairment leading to Alzheimer's Disease.
In the Media by Pamela Jean - 3 comments

"New Car Smell" Sign of Toxic Chemicals

The much beloved smell of a new car may actually be a signal of the presence of harmful chemicals inside.
In the Media by geozone - 2 comments

Ooooo.....What's That Smell? "It's Choix Darling, Very Pricey, Very Now, Very Me!

The release is planned for March 31st, but the Elite of the Elite are all a buzz over the latest perfume to hit the shelves! What does it smell like you ask? Nothing....That's Right. Nothing.
In the Media by Pamela Jean - 3 comments

Smell-A-Vision Computers In the Next 10 Years, Says South Korean Gov't

The next time something smells, blame it on your computer.
In the Media by Lisa Angotti

Rats smell in stereo

Rats smell in stereo, study says.
In the Media by kurtrat - 5 comments

For women, nothing is like the smell of men's sweat

Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley said women who sniffed a chemical found in male sweat experienced elevated levels of an important hormone, along with higher sexual arousal, faster heart rate and other effects.
In the Media by RobotGod - 9 comments

BA must pay to a passenger after kicking him out of the plane because of his corporal smell

So that poor guy was just trying to go from Hawai to Berlin... I know its a lot of hours sharing the same air inside the plane... but smelling bad is not a reason to invite somebody leaving a plane.
In the Media by didio - 3 comments
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