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A sense of change

PFSG Conference A SENSE OF CHANGE Monday 25th June 2012 Campden BRI, Chipping Campden, UK Organised by the IFST’s Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG) As the world of Consumer Sensory Science continues to expand, the approaches we use in our field are developing fast. During this one day conference, PFSG aim to give you a […]

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European PhD Workshop

EUROPEAN PHD WORKSHOP INTERCULTURAL COMPARISONS OF EATING HABITS AND FOOD PREFERENCES A two-day workshop on methodological issues February 16th – 17th, 2012 Institut Paul Bocuse, Ecully, Lyon, France Located in Ecully, next to Lyon, the Institut Paul Bocuse offers both undergraduate and graduate programs aimed at training future professionals in the fields of culinary arts, […]

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AEPAS meeting

1st   SPANISH PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF SENSORY SCIENCE (AEPAS) MEETING 16 – 17 November 2011 Valencia, Spain Information ainia, centro tecnológico. Departamento de Formación Parque Tecnológico de Valencia T: 96 3052511 // 96 1366090 – F: 96 1318008 e-mail: Download the program and visit the webpage.

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Statistic for sensory and consumer science

Course STATISTICS FOR SENSORY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE 9 – 11 November, 2011 Nofima, Osloveien 1, Ås, Norway In all parts of society the amount of available data increases every year. Only a small portion of it is, however, utilised efficiently. In this course you will get an overview of some of the most important and […]

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A sense of inspiration

5th European Conference on Sensory and Consumer Research A SENSE OF INSPIRATION 9-12 September 2012 Bern, Switzerland On behalf of the organizing and scientific committees, we would like to invite you to join us at the 5th European Conference on Sensory and Consumer Research A Sense of Inspiration. Inspiring ideas, thoughts, words, discussions; inspiring people: […]

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Pangborn 2011

9th PANGBORN SENSORY SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM 4 – 8 September 2011 Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada On behalf of the Pangborn Organising Committee, the Pangborn Executive Committee and Elsevier we wish to announce that reluctantly, a decision has been made not to hold this year’s Pangborn Symposium in Kyoto, Japan. Unfortunately the situation in Japan continues […]

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