Take a whiff! Thanks to a new "phone for aroma," the scents of champagne and chocolate made a transatlantic journey Tuesday.
Innovative fabric-technology minds have figured out how to make Harris Tweed fabric smell permanently like Scotch whisky.
The Rosetta spacecraft's mass spectrometers have been sniffing out the various aromas of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Dionysus Technology Concepts launches a crowdfunding campaign for the Sonic Decanter, which promises to use ultrasonic energy to improve your wine in 15 minutes.
A new fragrance from Xbox? Microsoft gets into the fake-cologne business in a cheeky attempt to play down Sony's exclusive-content deal for one of the biggest games of the year.
A new device lets you send scented mobile messages, which could end up being a really good or not-so-good thing.
Why oh why do those salty fried strips have such a hypnotic power over us? Scientists from the American Chemical Society are all over it.
Molecule-R makes molecular gastronomy kits for everyday people. Their newest gadget makes scents where no scents have gone before.
Denim doyen Brandon Svarc of Naked & Famous has created a line of Teflon-coated jeans that release a minty fresh aroma when you scratch the fabric.
The Sonic Foamer uses ultrasonic frequencies to shake up your beer, build the head, and boost the aroma. Crave tester Amanda Kooser downs a few extra beers for science.