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Teaching What Makes Something Smell Good or Bad?

What Makes Something Smell Good or Bad?

What makes something smell bad or good? – Taylor, Atlanta, Georgia We are surrounded by smells all the time! A person's nose and brain have to work together to detect scents. Our ability to smell is important for several reasons.

Rakaia Kenney, Research Assistant, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Kayla Lemons, Research Associate, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Weihong Lin, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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How and why do humans smell good and bad scents?


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