Did you know that plants use scents to communicate? Learn how some plants use scents to send messages to animals or other plants.

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In people with synesthesia, stimulating one sense leads to the stimulation of another. Letters might always have a certain colour, or subway stations might have a taste!

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Ever wonder why some foods just seem to have flavours that go well together? The answer may have a lot to do with the chemistry of smell.

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Hank looks at some of the research on smells and memory and explains how smells can bring back early memories -- even memories that your brain didn’t know you had. (3:43 min)

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Winner of the Excellence Award - Gold Medal (Junior) at the Canada Wide Science Fair 2013

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Scientists have discovered that the modern supermarket tomato is missing some important flavour components called volatile compounds.

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Ever wonder why you have two nostrils, what space smells like, or why you even smell things at all? Michel from Vsauce tackles these questions and more!

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Although it is common to say “he/she is so cute,” researchers have found that smell plays an important role in the art of attraction for both animals and humans.

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In Chemistry, we learn about ionic forces that dictate the attraction between positively (+) and negatively charged (-) ions. But the force that governs attraction between individuals is, in my opinion, a study in BIOLOGY!

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