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scent-ography

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Smell ya later: Scientists want to track you by your scent

Researchers in Madrid are finding that body odor can help identify people in a crowd more accurately than facial recognition.

By Feb. 11, 2014

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'Scent device' aims to sniff out bladder cancer

Researchers develop a "scent device" they hope may prove to be a reliable way to detect cancer in patients' urine before it becomes a serious problem.

By Jul. 9, 2013

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The scent of bread browning

The Zojirushi BB-PAC20 Home Bakery Virtuoso Breadmaker provides exceptional control and a host of menu selections. A heating element incorporated into the lid allows for the ability to brown the top of the loaf.

By Dec. 6, 2011

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Microsoft on scent of landfill-fueled data center

Redmond's Data Plant is a research project to run data centers with renewable biogas sourced locally at landfills or wastewater treatment plants for a cleaner and more reliable power supply.

By Apr. 23, 2012

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Hack turns Canon printer into a scent creator

Japanese scientists are looking at a way to make printers that sync smells with pictures and recreate the aroma of a printed image.

By Oct. 27, 2010

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USB drives--now with the scent of lavender

Some stores are giving away free Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male-scented USB drives with the purchase of a bottle of the cologne.

By Aug. 27, 2009

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Asus F6: The scent of a laptop

Asus is already famous for its crazy laptop innovations, but its latest endeavour has left us wondering whether its designers have been sniffing some peculiar substances

By Nov. 3, 2008

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'Scent Drive' may have a hidden agenda

Updated version may just be another way to target the hygiene-challenged.

By Jun. 19, 2008

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Smell 'camera' preserves odors for posterity

Using technology developed for the perfume industry, a designer created an odor-capturing camera that gathers scents instead of visual images.

By Jul. 1, 2013

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Site offers scent of a woman

How does a struggling would-be Romeo attract a sweetie? By surrounding himself with honeys, of course. That's the premise behind Wingwomen.com, the self-proclaimed "revolutionary service for men who want to meet women." [Missing Links]

By Feb. 22, 2005