Published on: 2015-06-24 21:02:16 - in World News Category
On 22nd June 2015, scientists published a paper in Proceedings of the national Academy of scientists regarding olfactory senses & related science. Humans usually detect the smells 30% apart according to Neuroscientist Noam Sobel of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Isreal. Sobel said this difference could result in a 'fingerprint system' used nowadays to construct smell based social networks, using it as a diagnostic tool for diseases that affect the sense of smell, including Parkinson's. Olfactory sciences is a science still not researched enough and there is a lot of unimaginable scope left for it.