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the smell of fear: skydivers
27.11.2017

Odors that carry social cues seem to affect volunteers on the autism spectrum differently 

David Harel
06.03.2017

If you could smell roses online, should you trust your nose? 

The olfactory fingerprint of the person in the middle remains consistent, even after 30 days (right), but is very different from that of another person (left)
29.06.2015

Weizmann Institute Scientists develop an “olfactory fingerprint” test that may do more than just identify individuals

handshake illustration: Lee Zakai
03.03.2015

People sniff their hands twice as much after a handshake, according to a Weizmann Institute study

smoked fish
12.11.2014

Volunteers smoked less after a night of olfactory conditioning

 

white smell  illustration
09.01.2013

Weizmann Institute scientists apply the principles of white color and white noise to create a white smell

white smell illustration
22.11.2012

Weizmann Institute scientists apply the principles of white color and white noise to create a white smell
 

Anat Arzi and Prof. Noam Sobel
18.11.2012

Subjects did not recall learning, but their sniffs showed they had learned the night’s lesson

sleep learning (Image: Thinkstock)
26.08.2012

Associations formed in the brains of sleeping volunteers remained intact when the subjects were awake

(l-r) Drs. Hadas Lipid and Sagit Shushan, Prof. Noam Sobel, and Drs. Anton Plotkin and Elad Schneidman. Smelling good
04.01.2012

The smell receptors in our nose are arranged according to the pleasantness scale.

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