Your schnoz may hold senior status in olfactory matters, but other parts of your body, like skin cells, can make scents of things on their own.
The human nose may be a lot more capable than we've been led to believe.
When it comes to our sense of smell, genetics seems to matter an awful lot.
According to new research, stress can profoundly affect the way our brains interpret olfactory signals.
Your pet fish's cognitive abilities will probably surprise you!
In one study, dogs were able to smell a particular test scent a thousand times better than humans!
Have you ever heard the color blue? Or tasted the musical note F-sharp?
A chemical commonly used for this is called mercaptin. The process of adding the stink is called stenching.
To interpret a barrage of information, sharks have developed a relatively large and complex brain...