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Making Scents of Olfactory Marks

Issued: November 30 2017

Not only do scents add commercial value to a product, but they can also perform as a distinctive feature of a product. Manish Biala and Ashutosh Upadhyaya explore the use of scent marks in Europe, the United States and – perhaps one day – India.

 

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