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Sensory Dimensions Research: Two New Articles

October 24, 2018

We are very pleased to announce that Sensory Dimensions has been the lead author on a published article in the Journal of Hospital Infection and co-authors on an article for Wounds UK. Both groups have produced excellent research in these two areas, and the full articles can be viewed following the links below. Impact of Hand Sanitizer Effective...

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Workshop: Developing Sensory Claims

August 28, 2018

Developing Sensory Claims NEW for 2019 Sensory claims provide a compelling way of differentiating products in a crowded market. However, before making any claim about the taste of a food or beverage, it is essential to have up to date and relevant evidence to support that claim. In this workshop you will learn about the different types of...

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We're Hiring in Nottingham

August 07, 2018

We're Hiring in Nottingham We are currently recruiting a Programme Manager to lead a team of seven Sensory and Consumer Researchers at our Nottingham Facility. Your team would be responsible for projects in the Home and Personal Care sector including the sensory characterisation of brands and prototypes, claim substantiation and understanding the...

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Sensory Dimensions at Eurosense 2018

June 20, 2018

A Sense of Taste This week the programme for Eurosense 2018 was published. We are very excited that Pam Beyts and Emily Chang will be attending and exhibiting at this flagship event and even more excited to announce that we have secured both an oral and poster presentation. If you are lucky enough to be travelling to Verona for the Conference...

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Healthy Eating at the SSG Conference

June 13, 2018

Last Thursday, University College Birmingham hosted the Annual IFST SSG Conference, Health is Wealth. There were a range of presentations, posters and workshops looking at the developments in our understanding of how wellness is perceived; what role the senses play in health and healthy behaviours; the practicalities involved in making healthier...

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Why Do Soft Skills Matter?

May 29, 2018

Bolstering and Balancing Your Technical and Soft Skills On 21 May 2018, Sensory Dimensions took part in a Speakers’ Panel that focussed on the topic of ‘Bolstering and Balancing Your Technical and Soft Skills’. The event, hosted by the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship, was sponsored by James Cowper Kreston and supported by Thames...

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Could Sensory Science Improve Your Cosmetic Products?

May 24, 2018

Discovering Sensory Science by Claire Humphreys, Programme Manager, Sensory Dimensions "Originating in the food and beverage sector, sensory science is now an indispensable tool for personal care companies" Traditionally, non-food sensory scientists have followed a tightly controlled and rigorous experimental design. The protocol for the...

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We have moved!

April 24, 2018

After more than 25 years, Sensory Dimensions has moved its Reading HQ, from the University of Reading campus to a small industrial park on the edge of the Lower Earley estate. Our new facility offers twice the quantitative testing space of our previous home plus spacious office accommodation and a large viewing facility to support our qualitative...

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Skin2: London College of Fashion Symposium

April 18, 2018

Skin2: Exploring the Seam between our First and Second Skin 25th April 2018, LCF - Rootstein Hopkins Space. The second in a series of multidisciplinary symposia on skin hosted by London College of Fashion, organised by Professor Danka Tamburic and Professor Paul Matts on behalf of the Better Living Research Hub. This event will explore the seam...

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