ISRAEL21C - July 19 - Thanks to Israeli startup NanoScent, smartphones could identify, recognize and analyze scent as easily as taking a photo. Retailing for under $100, the NanoScent sensor is expected to hit store shelves next year as an adjunct to three health and wellness apps in the fields of nutrition, air pollution and illness detection in humans and agriculture. Company cofounders Oren Gavriely and Eran Rom joined forces with a team of engineering experts at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology to leverage 10 years of innovation. Initial trials have been successful in matching couples based on pheromone recognition.
by Leoni Jesner
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