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September 29th, 2003
Scientists explore ways to shrink stink
Allen Williams, an atmospheric scientist with the University of Illinois, tested a new odor measurement tool he's developed, which shows promise for routine testing of odor levels. His "nanonose" tracks changes prompted in tiny particles by the gases that partly make up odors like those from a hog facility.
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