about our sensory network
The European Sensory Network (ESN) is a powerful international network of leading research institutions and industrial partners at the cutting edge of sensory and consumer sciences. It was founded in 1989 to meet the challenge of the rapidly developing science of sensory analysis within Europe.
Today, the European Sensory Network brings together 30 member organisations acting in 17 European countries, and five non-European countries. ESN members and partners share their knowledge and expertise to explore the value and applications of sensory sciences in food and non food industrial practices.
A focus of ESN activities is on cross-border studies. ESN offers numerous close cross-border links between sensory scientists and industrial partners. These collaborations have proven to be very valuable. The well established contacts among ESN members make it easy to plan and perform international studies, and guarantee exceptional research following universal standards.
recent publications More
Extrusion cooking of cassava-soy flour with 200 g/kg wheat bran promotes slower oral processing during consumption of the instant porridge and higher derived satietyDolapo A. Oladiran, Mohammed N. Emmambux, Henriëtte L. de Kock (2018) (LWT) Volume 97, 778 - 786. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lwt.2018.07.068
Temporal dominance of sensations, emotions, and temporal liking measured in a bar for two similar wines using a multi-sip approachAna P. Silva, Hans-Peter Voss, Hannelize van Zyl, Tim Hogg, Cees de Graaf, Manuela Pintado, Gerry Jager (2018) (Journal of Sensory Studies), e12459. doi:doi.org/10.1111/joss.12459
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