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Scientists working in a laboratory at Vanderbilt University have potentially discovered a class of insect repellent that is 1000 times more effective than DEET and works against all types of insects.
With chitlins about to make their annual appearance on Christmas and New Year's Day menus, scientists have good news for millions of people who love that delicacy of down-home southern cooking, but hate the smell.
With chitlins about to make their annual appearance on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day menus, scientists have good news for millions of people who love that delicacy of down-home southern cooking, but hate the smell.
A new study in the Journal of General Physiology (JGP) shows that the contribution of odorant receptors (ORs) to olfactory response in mammals is much more complex than previously thought, with important consequences for odorant encoding and information transfer about odorants to the brain.
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It now appears that the malaria mosquito needs more than one family of odor sensors to sniff out its human prey.
The process for putting the smell that sells into thousands of consumer products is much like composing a symphony.
BRUSSELS, June 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A statement has been published by US-based activist organization, the Cancer Prevention Coalition, which IFRA (International Fragrance Association) believe to be misleading. The press release suggests links between fragrance ingredients and health problems, which IFRA strongly contest.
WASHINGTON, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (CSC) published a report on May 12, 2010 entitled "Not So Sexy - The Health Risks of Secret Chemicals in Fragrance" which includes alarmist phrases such as: "can trigger allergic reactions," "disrupt hormones," "end up inside people's bodies." The Fragrance Materials Association of the United States (FMA) says the reality is that fragrances are safe.
Scientists have 'trained' an electronic system to be able to predict the pleasantness of novel odors, just like a human would perceive them â€“ turning the popular notion that smell is completely personal and culture-specific on its head.
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