Hey everyone! I would like to say that this will be my final post because my time here as an intern for Scent Sciences has come to an end. It has been an awesome experience and I have learned a lot along the way. I never knew how much information there was about the olfactory system and the various uses of scents and smells. It’s definitely interesting information to want to learn more about!
Enough about that, let’s talk about something cool! How would Continue reading
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Sometimes we can guess that smell without seeing it. I think you know what I am talking about … fart! It is the unpleasant, funny and disgusting scent that we all want to avoid. And I know some people who fart frequently. According to KidsHealth.org, a fart is made of gas which results from undigested food, swallowed air or lactose intolerance. That’s why it’s important to chew or check our food carefully. Continue reading
How often have you got yourself ready for an interview, left the house and then suddenly realized that you forgot to wear your perfume or cologne? Well, it happens. But try not to make it happen again. You many not think about it, but the power of scent is incredible – especially when it comes to non-verbal communication. But that’s not all! An onion-based lunch could Continue reading
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Three pine species, MN (Photo credit: esagor)
Hello Scent Sciences followers, it has been a long time since I have written. Thanks to my great teammate, Carlotta, I was able to take some much needed time away from blogging to focus on the beginning of the school year. During the day I am in the classroom with 24 fantastic 4th graders but this makes for long days. This past Friday I almost feel asleep at the dinner table! Needless to say, I needed some relaxation tips this weekend. I thought this would be a great time to share the results of our most recent poll.
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“Today’s consumers are constantly being assaulted with marketing messages everywhere they turn, to the point where few register at all, and fewer are remembered for more than a moment.
How can forward-thinking marketers break through the clutter? Sensory marketing is the answer.” Continue reading
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