Researchers use peanut butter as a new tool to diagnose early stage Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers have successfully recreated the whisker map a mouse creates of its surroundings to help it navigate the world, catch food and avoid predators.
A new study reveals how smells we encounter throughout life are encoded in memory. The findings could help develop new smell tests for Alzheimer's disease.
A new computational model sheds light on the complexity of smell identification. Researchers report different brains know how to associate new similar odors, so long as they have experienced an overlap in odors over their lifetime.
Researchers report testing both the cognitive and olfactory abilities in people could help identify those at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers are developing a deep learning network capable of smelling human breath and identifying a range of illness revealing substances we may inhale.
Researchers offer an explanation of how a single stimulus can sometimes trigger a different response, even in the same individual.
A new machine-learning algorithm is able to teach itself to smell within a few minutes of training. As it learns, the system builds an artificial network that mimics the brain's olfactory system.