1. An ant's sense of smell is so strong, it can sniff out cancer  The Washington Post
  2. Ants Can Sniff Out Cancer  Scientific American
  3. Neurons That “Learn” to Smell a Threat  Neuroscience News
  4. Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research  Redditch Advertiser
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A fluorescent protein helps to pinpoint parts of the brain that help the animals navigate a world of scents. A fluorescent protein helps to pinpoint parts of the brain that help the animals navigate a world of scents.Nature - A fluorescent protein helps to pinpoint parts of the brain that help the animals navigate a world of scents.

Transgenic ants shed light on insects’ sense of smell

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Messenger Newspapers

Researchers reveal how the olfactory system aids in threat assessment and have identified neurons that learn whether a specific smell represents a threat.Researchers reveal how the olfactory system aids in threat assessment and have identified neurons that learn whether a specific smell represents a threat.

Neurons That “Learn” to Smell a Threat - Neuroscience News

We use our sense of smell to determine whether a new environment is safe or dangerous, whether we are aware of it or not. In fact, much of the animal kingdom relies on this ability for survival and reproduction. Researchers at the University of Rochester's Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience are unWe use our sense of smell to determine whether a new environment is safe or dangerous, whether we are aware of it or not. In fact, much of the animal kingdom relies on this ability for survival and reproduction. Researchers at the University of Rochester's Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience are un

Researchers find neurons that learn to smell a threat

We use our sense of smell to determine whether a new environment is safe or dangerous, whether we are aware of it or not. In fact, much of the animal kingdom relies on this ability for survival and reproduction. Researchers at the University of Rochester's Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience are unWe use our sense of smell to determine whether a new environment is safe or dangerous, whether we are aware of it or not. In fact, much of the animal kingdom relies on this ability for survival and reproduction. Researchers at the University of Rochester's Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience are un

Researchers find neurons that learn to smell a threat

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Bury Mercury

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Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Redditch Advertiser

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Stowmarket Mercury

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Ely Standard

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Ledbury Reporter

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | The Hunts Post

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Ilford Recorder

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Chard & Ilminster News

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Slough Observer

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Braintree and Witham Times

Scientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patientsScientists said the insects could be used as a cost-effective way to identify cancers in patients

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine – research | Denbighshire Free Press