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Digital "Lollipop" Will Zap Tongue With Flavor, National University of Singapore (NUS) Study


11/25/2013 6:24:57 AM

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Scientists in Singapore may finally have a solution for curbing a sweet tooth without risking cavities, a digital "lollipop." Researchers at the National University of Singapore are developing a digital "lollipop" from a digital taste stimulator that can mimic the flavors of salty, bitter, sour and sweet. The device, which does not exactly look like your average Blow-Pop, uses electrical current to simulate the four sensations on the tongue.

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