Artists and researchers sniffed, smelt, and inhaled their way through India’s biggest cities. They share their most vivid smell memories with us.
Many people lose their sense of smell after contracting COVID-19. For most, it comes back fine. For others, not so much.
Sabrina can’t find comfort in her favourite food, or the scent of a loved one.
It’s the first time that brain organoids have spontaneously produced brain waves similar to human brain activity.
With electrodes up the nose, they made people smell things that weren’t there.
And a Hazmat team couldn't figure out why the smell made people sick.
Consider your nose obsolete.
Armpit fetishism, or maschalagnia, has a long history in art, but is still waiting for its mainstream moment.
A sensitivity to odors can also predict how both men and women alike experience sex.
People were reportedly puking and fainting in their seats.