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CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australian scientists have begun looking at smell sensors in worms and insects to help them build an electronic "cybernose" they hope will one day be capable of measuring aromas and flavors in wine.
An electronic nose might also be used to check passengers for traces of explosives at the final ground check before boarding planes or trains.
Scientists look at worms for electronic nose