Why do some foods taste better than others, and why do certain aromas appeal to us, while others make us hold our noses? Learn the answers to these questions and more at the event, “How Your Brain Distinguishes Taste and Aromas,” next Tuesday, May 6, in Washington, DC. The event, co-hosted by AAAS and the Dana Foundation as part of the Neuroscience and Society series, is free and open to the public, but you must register.
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