A sniff-action scent detector could smell bombs 16 times better than a dog.
As part of the recent restoration of a Georgian kitchen at Sir John Soane’s Museum in London, food historian Tasha Marks has created “scent chambers” to evoke its edible history.
A new Australian study shows that diet can affect how much men's sweat grosses out—or attracts—women. Hint: Beware of carbs.
On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' VICE's Bupé Bhima heads to a bar in London to see if she can sniff her way to love at a pheromone speed dating event.
On the latest episode of the MUNCHIES Podcast, we talk to smell artist Sissel Tolaas, who is bottling the most unusual scents—including David Beckham’s stinky sneakers—to help you become a better eater and sensory human.
Travel to the depths of the ocean, discover massive kelp forests, and dodge shark attacks in Sensorama's new ride and show experience, Vix.
Marco Valentini, an Italian living in Mexico, pairs wine with peculiar things: textures, cars, neckties, and tourist destinations. And now he's matching wine with perfumes.
In "The Feelies," artists and scientists virtually transport participants to New York and Jordan.
Synthetic biologist Tal Danino tells us about the bacteria at Yi's 'You Can Call Me F' exhibition at The Kitchen in New York.