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Google, Build Me a Better Sensory Experience

Google explores the connection between our senses and our (biological) selves through its exhibit, “A Space for Being.”

Dominique Ropion Celebrates TFF Lifetime Achievement Award with Bespoke Scent

The IFF master perfumer—recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement, Perfumer award from The Fragrance Foundation—created a bespoke scent for the event, held June 5, 2019 at Lincoln Center.

Firmenich Unveils Sharing Innovation 2019 at SIMPPAR

The eight ingredients draw on the company’s expertise in extraction technologies, sustainable sourcing, green chemistry and floral muguet notes.

Now Hiring: Fragrance Evaluator at Berje Inc.

Berje Inc. is currently hiring a fragrance evaluator to work at its New Jersey location.

June 2019: Mint & Cooling Materials

See what's cool in mint and sensory materials with the June 2019 Perfumer & Flavorist product roundup.

The Intimacy of Our Senses

In this literature review, we examine the closeness of our senses and how attraction, society and place might play a role in how we taste and smell.

3 Articles You Might Have Missed in P&F May 2019

In the May 2019 issue of Perfumer & Flavorist, we take a look at the global fragrance market with Euromonitor, how the "farm-to-table" trend can influence perfume and much more.

Lancôme Releases ‘La vie est belle’ Floral Fragrance

Created by IFF master perfumers Dominique Ropion and Anne Flipo, the fragrance features notes of bergamot, pink pepper, red fruits, Damascena rose oil, Centifolia rose absolute, lily of the valley, a peony accord, iris, sandalwood, patchouli and musk.

Smelling With Your Tongue? Monell Center Investigates

A study from the Monell Chemical Senses Center has found that human taste cells contain many key molecules that are present in olfactory receptors.

Non Gender Specific Releases ‘Flooid’ Fragrance

The genderless fragrance feature notes of orange, grapefruit, amber, patchouli, cedarwood, pine and moss.

FCA President and CEO Testifies Against Tariffs

The Fragrance Creators Association (FCA) notes that the tariffs, while aiming to promote U.S. manufacturing, would negatively impact American business and consumers while providing no additional benefit to the U.S. economy.

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