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New scientific publication for TWISTAROMA

For TWISTAROMA, the year is starting with a bang Our new publications showing our know-how in the world of terpenes, in particular the characterization of terpenes from a cannabis extract. #terpenes#cannabis#Research#CNRS#Collaboration Let’s start with this last work, fruit of a fruitful collaboration with Christian D. MULLER of the IPHC. The results are published in the prestigious …

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Analysis of the aromas of a coffee

Coffee, this mysterious drink rich in aromas, no need to show you George smelling it, its odors already tickle your olfactory receptors. You will certainly find familiar smells in the descriptions of the 150 molecules that we find in this Coffee analyzed (always n=3) by deconvolution and identification by mass spectrometry and retention indices.Each identified …

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The analysis of the volatile compounds of an apple juice by TWISTAROMA

TWISTAROMA is on a roll! Here is the analysis of the volatile compounds of a commercial apple juice. More than 146 volatile compounds divided into 20 chemical families, identified by Mass Spectrometry and confirmed by KOVATS indices. Butyl and hexyl acetate are the most concentrated compounds in this apple juice, followed by 2-methylbutyl acetate and …

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Our article in collaboration with the INRA of Colmar has just been published

Responses to climatic and pathogen threats differ in biodynamic and conventional vines Abstract Viticulture is of high socio-economic importance; however, its prevalent practices severely impact the environment and human health, and criticisms from society are raising. Vine managements systems are further challenged by climatic changes. Of the 8 million hectares grown worldwide, conventional and organic …

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New article for TWISTAROMA in Brewing Science 2017

A new article in collaboration with Cophoudal on the influence of hop varieties and yeasts on beer aromas. https://www.brewingscience.de/index.php?tpl=table_of_contents&year=2017&edition=0009%2F0010&article=90347 This work from Pauline Tristram’s ESBS engineer internship in 2014 was followed by a conference in Porto in 2015 and then this article demonstrating, if it were necessary, that yeasts play a major role on the …

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