New research on what the nose ‘knows’ reveals an unexpected simplicity

Two types of neuronal processors found in the rat olfactory bulb solve the difficult problem of identifying constantly fluctuating environmental odors through linear summation. A team working for 5 years across two continents have made thist surprising discovery, explaining that it’s an operation no less straightforward than the one a child uses to add or multiply numbers. —> Read More Here


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