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Based on this summary, this story was picked up by the New York Times as A Universe of Bubbles in Every Champagne Bottle.
What provides the wonderful aromas is a long neuro-physico-chemical process that results in bubbles fizzing at the surface of champagne
Ever wondered how the fate of champagne bubbles from their birth to their death with a pop enhances our perception of aromas? These concerns, which are relevant to champagne producers, are the focus of a special issue of EPJ Special Topics, due to be published in early January 2017—celebrating the 10th anniversary of the publication. Thanks to scientists, champagne producers are now aware of the many neuro-physico-chemical mechanisms responsible for aroma release and flavour perception. The taste results from the complex interplay between the level of CO2 and the agents responsible for the aroma–known as volatile organic compounds–dispersed in champagne bubbles, as well as temperature, glass shape, and bubbling rate.
One of the most recent examples of an infographic created by SciencePOD for Microbide.com. The content focuses on the reduction of viral load in the presence of whole blood by a new antimicrobial disinfectant.
Watch Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch ask attendees about their impression of ECSJ2017.
For the full conference coverage, head over to ESCJ’s website, here.