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Ru Supported Catalysts Testing in the Preparation of p-Isopropylcyclohexylmethanol

Optimizing the reaction conditions for this key aromatic material.

Visual Impairment and Olfactory Acuity

Continuing the exploration of the relationship between visual impairment and smelling ability.

F&F Innovation and Brand Needs

A look at the innovation needs of food, beverage, and personal and home care brands, and a survey of recent F&F innovation literature.

Video Update: Fragrance Industry Testifies on Capitol Hill

Cynthia Reichard, executive vice president of Arylessence, testifies to Congress on behalf of IFRANA about regulatory "burdens," like GHS, on small F&F manufacturers.

IFRA North America Applauds "Sensible Change" in TSCA Reform

Official statement on “The Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act.”

US Beauty Shopping Falls to Lowest Level Since 2008

According to NPD, those cuts are occurring in makeup and fragrance, which are often seen as “for special occasions.”

ACI Comments On Bipartisan Bill to Modernize TSCA

"A stronger federal chemical law should reflect progress in science and technology and advance further innovations," says ACI's president and CEO Ernie Rosenberg.

Photos: The Art of Scent & The Scent of Art

Ashraf Osman of, Scent Culture Institute and Artinect, and Claus Noppeney of Bern University of Applied Sciences provide a look inside an art exhibit examining scent.

Ginkgo Bioworks Optimizing Rose Extract

Material produced via engineered biology.

Firmenich Transfers OSMOZ Oversight to The Twelve

Digital fragrance resource will continue under agency.

SCCS Extends Comment Deadline for Vetiveryl Acetate

The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) has extended its comment deadline for the fragrance ingredient vetiveryl acetate to May 19, 2015.

Smoke, Leather & Tea: A Survey of 2015 Trends

Tea time, F&F floracy, oud & leather, citrus, up in smoke, and more.