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Post of the Month: FEBRUARY 2023

Can gamified smell training increase the liking of fruit and vegetables? Linnea Apelman, PhD Student, Department of Food Studies, Nutrition and Dietetics, Uppsala University, Sweden         “I am interested to find out if repeated sensory exposure, in the form of gamified smell identification tasks, can impact food liking. I am especially curious […]

Post of the month: November 2022 – ABOUT EUROSENSE 2022

Nicky Coucke, University Ghent “After waiting four years since the last Eurosense conference was organized on location, it was finally time again for all sensory and consumer researchers to come together in Turku, Finland for the 10th biennially Eurosense conference organized from September 13th till September 16th. The theme of this year’s Eurosense conference was […]

Post of the month: June 2022

Learning about flavourings in food products at the University of Reading Niklas Pontesegger; PhD Candidate at Graz University of Technology, Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry; Stremayrgasse 9/II, 8010 Graz, Austria “If you are a bit like me and you sometimes wonder what your food is made of, probably you already came across a […]

Post of the month: April 2022

Beyond borders (and oceans)- E3S next generation group meets Sensory Pantry As one of our main goal is to connect across young researchers and recent graduates in our field , we are very excited to  announce this new collaboration with Sensory Pantry! Sensory Pantry is a science communication hub created by Julia Low and Anita […]

Post of the month: February 2022

As some of you may already know, I’ve been Chair of the E3S Next Generation (NG) group (Previously: Student and Early-Stage Researcher) since 2019. It was a real pleasure to lead the group to what it is today. I feel very lucky to have meet and discuss with such wonderful and open-minded individuals. I am […]

Post of the Month: March 2021

Discovering a new methodology: Senso’flash Nicolas Seince, Research Executive, Techni’sens, France I was at home browsing the internet, I was finding many interesting topics like new recipes, new songs,… but one new sensory methodology intrigued me: Senso’Flash. As a research executive, I needed to get some information on this method and I did, during the […]

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