Exposure to hydrogen sulfide, commonly found in rotten eggs and human flatulence, could have amazing health benefits in small doses, researchers at the University of Exeter say.
A new device lets you send scented mobile messages, which could end up being a really good or not-so-good thing.
This week on Crave, we're smelling photos with our smartphones, repelling all kinds of liquids with LiquidOff, and being followed by a peeping drone (yeah, what else is new?). Also, the world is watching the World Cup, but we're busy watching a Japanese robot comedian.
NASA has created a recipe for the atmosphere of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, and found that it has an "aromatic character".
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.
Does your pet need a friend? How about several? Chinese social network SmellMe lets your pets have a group of their own.
A wacky system called Sensabubble projects your notifications onto soap bubbles. For more information just pop one and take a whiff.
"First Sniff," an adorable spoof of the viral "First Kiss" ad masked as art, replaces humans with dogs, proving that people aren't the only ones who can't keep their paws off each other.
Researchers in Madrid are finding that body odor can help identify people in a crowd more accurately than facial recognition.
A Japanese company has created an iPhone peripheral that will allow you to send smells to your friends.