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Application of emerging technologies to the future scent and flavour delivery markets

Novel Delivery Techniques for Industrial Scents and Flavours

The Institute of Nanotechnology

Posted on December 21, 2005

The flavour and fragrance industries are worth many billions of dollars and are vital to the appeal and success of many products in industries ranging from foods to household products to fashion. Critical to these industries is the control and delivery of scents and flavours. Nanoscience and nanotechnology are having profound implications in this area, with some important technologies being derived from research into drug delivery. This conference is specially tailored to the needs of the flavour and fragrance industry, and is also aimed at consumer product manufacturers across a range of applications. The speakers at this conference include some of the most prominent international researchers and experts within this field. They will look beyond already existing technologies, and focus on the next steps in technological development.

Date: 18th January 2006

Location: The Royal Society, London

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Carrie Smith
carrie@nano.org.uk
+44(0)1786 447520.

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