Hello everyone! I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. The days in November seems to be rolling by faster than I realize (probably for you too). I’ve notice Christmas decorations are already being put up in retail stores and houses all around the Silicon Valley.
I started to notice that in November stores are starting to smell a bit different. When I was strolling through the mall, I instantly Continue reading
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The University of Birmingham in the UK and the University of Central Florida in the US have been doing extensive research in the field, but who else out there is working on similar projects?
This week my attention was brought to the topic of virtual reality simulations aimed to military rehabilitation and cure for Continue reading
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On Friday, August 24 Scent Sciences Corp. welcomed more than 100 people in the new office based in Santa Clara. The gathering involved mainly investors and partners, but many friends of Scent Sciences took part to the celebration, too. The event was aimed to show all the progress Scent Sciences has made so far, and thanks to the cooperation of many people we had great food, Continue reading
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Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to sleep the day away and learn what you need to while you are in deep slumber? Teaching verbal information so far has not been much of a success, according to the Weizmann Institute of Science inn Israel. Scent and sound associations however seem more promising. As the New Scientist reports, “While subjects slept, the team played different sounds, each followed by the release of a specific aroma. Just as they would when awake, the sleeping subjects took deeper sniffs in response to pleasant scents and shallower sniffs in response to unpleasant scents.”
What color do you think about when you think of burned paper? Or chewing gum? Or Chanel No. 5?
The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign had a team of researchers who have developed a way to compare aromas visually using specially developed inks.
Under the lead of Kenneth Suslick, the researchers used Continue reading
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Last week Lifestyle Resources published a brand new magazine full of interesting information and interviews. And guess what? Scent Sciences was lucky enough to appear on a 4 page article!
If you follow the link, you’ll be redirected to the first page of the magazine. After that, you just need to go to page 44-47 to learn more about Scent Sciences’ product line, marketplace and next steps!
In addition to Scent Sciences dining and lodging, travels and events. Check Lifestyle Resources out, great and interesting magazine! Continue reading
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Hello technology addicts!
We are pleased to share this first article (click here) with you, as we are sure you will find it interesting.
Two weeks ago our team attended the “Cool Products Expo” at Stanford University and we are pleased to say that we received so much positive recognition and appreciation. It was a great way to introduce our product to a new audience, and at the same time to see many other great technological devices. Continue reading
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