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Authentication of Natural Materials: What’s New?

As natural materials’ price volatility in the marketplace leads to adulteration, innovative authentication techniques may provide stability in quality control.

The Juice

Niche perfumer profile: Neil Morris

Encapsulating Intellectual Property

How can the fragrance industry protect its assets?

Earthy, Spicy and Sweet: 2016 Fall Fragrance Trends

This season’s top scents exude a sense of earthiness and sensuality to help transition from the warm days of summer to the frosty days of winter.

Patent Pick: Calculated Fragrancing

Ask any perfumer and they'll tell you: perfumery is an art. Just like cosmetic formulating is a craft. Now, P&G scientists are putting this creative process to modeling—not to take away its "soul," but to optimize it.

Registration Opens for 2017 ACI Convention

This year’s theme will be “Responding to Cleaning Needs for All Generations.”

Progress in Essential Oils: October 2016

Vetiver oil and extract.

The Juice: Perfumer Profile: Wessel-Jan Kos, Firmenich

With a rich career under his nose, Wessel-Jan shares his experiences as a creative and enthusiastic perfumer adapting to an evolving industry.

Intoxicating Jasmine: There’s No Substitute for the Real Thing

A comparison of flower versus absolute components.

Editor's Note: Beyond the Package

Consumers are taking a deeper look at what's inside the package--and it's more than just ingredients.

The Arabian Peninsula: A Global Hub of Fragrance

Aslan Gülçiçek, MG Gülçiçek International, was invited to speak at the International Federation of Essential Oils and Aroma Trades conference in Dubai on the market dynamics of the Arabian Peninsula on September 26, 2016.

Exploring IFEAT 2016: The Magic of Oud

The first session of this year's IFEAT explores one of the Middle East's most prized native ingredients: oud.

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