"We can take worms, and using experiments, we can ask them questions about what they can smell. They move toward something they like and move away from something they don't like. And you can measure that," he said.
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Trowell said he hoped a product would be on the market in five to seven years. He hoped it would allow wine makers to know the best time to pick their grapes and to better tailor their wines to taste.
Yes. Indeed. This is almost as revolutionary as the ripeness sticker.