We may have everything except lost our understanding of aromas. Individuals these days use antiperspirant to hide their body odors and traffic exhaust fumes in megacities make us numb to olfactory sensations. We may even think about our noses similarly as a spot to put our glasses, or as a reminder that we have caught a cold.

In reality, smell is important; the chemical language of scent is a physical sensation that affects us directly and deeply. This is why, for example, car manufacturers make sure that their cars smell new, or why coffee shops are so much more alluring than vacuum-packed coffee from the supermarket.


-what education will look like in the post COVID-19 World

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1. STUDENTS WILL OPT FOR ONLINE COURSES OVER IN-PERSON ONES.

Gauribhardwaj

THINKER | WRITER | EDTECH

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