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E-tongue technology is widely used for flavour analysis in food science but remains very uncommon in perfumes, despite plenty of promise (Getty Images)

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A 'powerful' tool: Scientists develop e-tongue for perfume analysis

By Kacey Culliney

A team of scientists has developed an electronic ‘tongue’ device that can assess and classify perfume aroma components, presenting a practical, cost-effective and green alternative for industry analysis.

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Interparfums invests in ecommerce

By Deanna Utroske

On Wednesday, the fragrance maker announced having signed a strategic agreement with Divabox, the company that owns the Origines-parfums beauty ecommerce platform. It’s an investment deal that brings e-retail to Interparfums.

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Cutitronics Innovation: the future of beauty tech is omnichannel

By Deanna Utroske

The 2020 global health and financial crisis have accelerated the use of digital technology and data around the world, regardless of demographics and across industries. But the next-generation of consumer-held skin care technology wasn’t manifest by a...

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