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December 20th, 2006

Scientific research underlines importance of fragrance development

Abstract:
A forerunner came earlier this year with the announcement by European scientists of a new nanobioscencor that is expected to help in the development of more targeted fragrances.

The sensor, developed by researchers in Spain, France and Italy with funding from the European Commission's Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) initiative uses nanotechnology to tailor smells according to product and consumer requirements.

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