Date Sunday, July 28, 2019 - Thursday, August 1, 2019
Location Edinburgh, UK
This Sensory & Consumer Science Symposium is themed ‘Engage with the Future’ and is an opportunity for you to share, learn, be inspired, connect and participate in how our science will evolve in the future. Our society as a whole faces increasingly rapid change and is met with growing global challenges, so this Symposium looks to explore how sensory and consumer science can adapt and contribute to our fast evolving world.
The 13th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium will bring together leading pioneers and emerging experts in sensory and consumer science, from industry and academia, to give their views and perspectives on how our science will evolve, and how ground-breaking ongoing research and scientific learnings will impact on this journey.
Sensory and consumer science through the lifespan (children, young, elderly)
Lifestyle and wellbeing
Cross cultural issues
Fundamentals of perception
Emerging sensory and consumer science methodologies
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