Binding Emotion & Memory: Science, Story & Scent
The smell of a spring rain, Cinnabon, your favorite sweatshirt, or mom’s cooking. A familiar smell can be evocative and deeply personal. That’s because, unlike our other senses, our sense of smell is directly connected to brain regions attached to memory and emotion. Come explore the science of scent, new trends and uses of scent technology and how scent will play an increasingly important role in our 21st century lives and next-generation technology experiences.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How is smell unique to other senses in its connection to the brain? How is this triggering trends in scent science, commercial use & olfactory art?
- How pervasive is commercial scent bombardment today? Can we align the personal nature and our "scentual" experiences with current commercial use?
- In the future, how will we control scent in our personal environment, tailoring it specifically for our own optimal mental & physical health?
- Jackie Morie, Founder, All These Worlds LLC
- Luca Turin, Biophysicst, BSRC Alexander Fleming
- Saskia Wilson-Brown, Founder, The Institute for Art and Olfaction
Leigh Durst, IEEE
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