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Corinna’s study on emotions and taste written up in the Smithsonian, NPR, and Forbes, among others.


Kim’s project on the interaction between sound and taste goes viral!  Check us out on the Today Show, as well as write ups in Forbes, NASDAQ, the LA Times, Eater, the Atlantic, Yahoo Health, VICE, Discovery News, the New York Post, Time, Huff Post, the Australian Broadcasting Corp, and tons (and tons!) more!


Congrats Jae on graduating!  We all wish you good luck at IFF.  Keep in touch!


Robin talks at the World Science Festival in NYC on our sense of taste, and why food is so important to us all.

The event was the first dinner of its kind for the World Science Festival, now in its sixth year, attracting celebrities including “Modern Family” star Sofía Vergara and “Chopped” host Ted Allen. The multicourse meal covered topics like fermentation, olfaction and the Maillard reaction, with dishes from Dufresne (WD-50-style “eggs Benedict”), Najat Kaanache (a “mini-genius apple” made of fresh, dehydrated, freeze-dried and transmuted green apples) and Maxime Bilet (an artful “noble roots” dish of roasted, caramelized and glazed roots). Servers brought out nitrous oxide cocktails and dry-ice platters. – Wall Street Journal


Weight and taste sensitivity could be linked.  Read more at ABC news:


Find out how the mere smel of foods can help you fight hunger, over at Men’s Health:


Did you used to hate some foods, but now can’t get enough of them?  Do certain things just not taste as good as when you were a kid (seriously, root beer, what happened)?  Well you could be interested in what Bon Appetit have to say here:


Robin was finally asked to eat ice cream for the good of the children, find out more here:


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