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Feb 19, 2009 | 10:56 AM CST
By: Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor
During the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials’ annual meeting, David Duncan (Unilever) presented a talk about the future challenges and consumer expectations facing the fragrance industry. P&F magazine presents highlights of the same.
Feb 02, 2009 | 10:31 AM CST
43rd annual meeting of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials will be held on February 3, at West Orange, New Jersey.
Jan 14, 2009 | 10:21 AM CST
The project is aimed at creating a more advanced model of the e-nose, one that can detect specific substances at increased distances and with higher accuracy.
Dec 03, 2008 | 01:13 PM CST
Welcome address underscores globalization of industry and the challenges ahead
Sep 12, 2008 | 01:42 PM CDT
Multidimensional Visualization of Physical and Perceptual Data Leading to a Creative Approach in Fragrance Development
By: Christine Vuilleumier, Matthijs van de Waal, H…
Perfumers are being increasingly challenged to improve the performance of their formulations. As well as being pleasant, fragrances have to comply with growing requests for stability, biodegradability and uniqueness. Other factors render the work of the perfumers difficult, such as the specific smell of the non-perfumed substrate or the need to cover unpleasant odors.
Sep 12, 2008 | 01:38 PM CDT
By: Charles Sell, Givaudan
Exploring the two approaches to rational odor design and the possibilities of each. Why do we strive for rational design of odorants? Since the birth of synthetic organic chemistry in the mid-19th century, fragrance chemists have sought to design and produce fragrance ingredients to supplement those obtained from plant (and formerly animal) sources.
Sep 10, 2008 | 03:40 PM CDT
The Monell Chemical Senses Center may have identified the odor of skin cancer, a discovery that might be used to develop new ways of identifying basal cell carcinoma.
Aug 06, 2008 | 09:08 AM CDT
By: J. Stephan Jellinek
The term Aroma-Chology (a Service Mark of the Olfactory Research Fund) was coined in 1982 to denote the science that is "dedicated to the study of the interrelationship between psychology and ... fragrance technology to elicit a variety of specific feelings and emotions—relaxation, exhilaration, sensuality, happiness and wellbeing—through odors via stimulation of olfactory pathways in the brain, especially the limbic system."
Aug 04, 2008 | 04:22 PM CDT
Anne C. Steinemann, a researcher at the University of Washington, released a study late last month entitled “Fragranced consumer products and undisclosed ingredients,” which claims fragrance ingredients contained in a selection of consumer products are potentially toxic.
Jul 22, 2008 | 01:12 PM CDT
Understanding Fragrance Chemistry by Charles Sell has just been released