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6/8/2016 | Christina Agapakis, Ph.D., Ginkgo Bioworks, Boston USA
Cultured ingredients shift the F&F palette for unique collaboration between art and science.
6/8/2016 | Pia Long
In an exclusive interview, Ruth Mastenbroek shares her experience as a budding perfumer in the industry whose job has taken her all over the world to ultimately create her own fragrance line.
6/8/2016 | Amy Marks-McGee
Vying for consumers, fine fragrance market activity is being driven by genderless fragrance directions, fragrance books, attention grabbing packaging, store experiences, sampling and technology.
6/8/2016 | Brian M. Lawrence
This month's column discusses the chemical composition of Spanish oregano oil.
Attending perfumers and other fragrance professionals were invited to explore raw materials and inspired to approach creative projects in new ways.
Scent marketing company, Air Esscentials, is sponsoring luxury retail event, JCK LUXURY, to create a signature scent for the upscale jewelry retailers which takes place on May 31-June 6, 2016 in Las Vegas.
Sulfur, onion, metallic and. . .tropical fruit? IFF perfumers' noses must have twisted in new directions when they applied for this patent on 2,6-dipropyl-5,6-dihydro-2H-thiopyran-3-carbaldehyde.
SC Johnson now lists all ingredients for products sold in the majority of European countries, as well as the United States.
A bill that amends the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to revise regulations on chemicals has passed the House although what happens next now remains in question.
A recent study from The Monell Center found the connection between the olfactory marker protein (OMP) and the detection of different scents after a 30-year-old mystery.
The inventors on this fragrance patent traded the two-step (or more) fragrance synthesis dance for a more economic, one-step solution.
Phew—smell that? Odors are out there, lingering until heat and humidity unleash their dirty-socks-in-the-gym-bag potential. That's where pro-scent solutions like this Henkel compound come in, locked and loaded.